As you begin to gather your group, don’t forget to take time to get to know each other. Not only are these people you are planning to live closely with in community, but to get there you will need strong working relationships to see you through the large project ahead. Those relationships will need to be based on more than casual conversation. Many of the decisions you will make together will touch core values and differences. The more you get to know each other now, the better off you will be over time.
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