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The death of trust, Resilient Communities and Celtic monastics

John Robb has a bit of a pessimistic view when it comes to the way the world is going, but his thoughts are worth exploring (he’s an entrepreneur and been monitoring this for a long time). This post is on the subject of trust, the four keys to building it, why it is mostly broken, and why Resilient Communities are an answer. When I think of his Resilient Communities, I am heavily reminded of my beloved Celts and their monasteries in Ireland and in Europe. What is your pioneer mission effort in a community doing to increase the resilience of that community? How are you being a blessing?

http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2012/02/why-the-global-system-is-killing-trust.html

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