Heather Munn reflects on the global refugee crisis, drought, hunger and a community that has reached the end of its season:
Today the last family moved away from the Christian intentional community we lived in, which has folded. Well, the last family for awhile; but the other two families that remain are a steep four minutes’ walk from us through the woods, and we’re now sitting among four empty houses. Some of which need cleaning, which I suppose I will do. It’s a sad day. A lot of people’s hopes and dreams went into this place and it’s hard to lose those. But mostly at this point, it’s a tired day. The dissolution process has been so slow and long.
It’s very quiet here now…