This is a board for collecting building blocks and solutions that address the idea of neighborliness. The question of who is my neighbor opposes questions of purity.

Dan Palotta on giving in the context of the world we want


"We are all here to dream but maybe if we are honest about it, each of us chasing our own dream - looking at the name tags to see "who can help me with my dream" - sometimes looking right through each other's humanity "I can't be bothered with you right now, I have an idea for saving the world." -Dan Pallotta

Walter Brueggmann on Neighborliness

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This is a video from the Neighbor Economic Conference in Cincinnati. The protocols of purity are in contestation with the protocols of neighborliness and the most important question you can ask is "who is my neighbor".