Common Good
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cultivating the capacity to produce our own well-being to eliminate personal and economic isolation
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We're Common Good Collective

We’re a group that is illuminating an alternative to the modern world, that is designed to disconnect us economically and personally from our community, from others, and our faith.  We believe change agents, social innovators, business leaders, faith leaders, and community activists confront key challenges in their efforts to introduce system change. Often working alone, they frequently experience doubt and confusion in the face of resistance, and surprise when their hard-won beliefs about change no longer work in practice. Common Good Collective provides change leaders with the space to work with one another to design, implement, and sustain systemic and spiritual transformation.

Remembering Matters.

Understanding we’ve been here before, and while forces of empire and freedom change, there is much we can learn from. Remembering is more than not forgetting.

Place Matters.

It is in specific places that we form an identity, become part of community, and make our contribution to the world.

Belonging Matters.

A sense of belonging is a basic human desire. Belonging is being valued, needed, accepted, and knowing that you’re not alone.

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"Those who sign on and depart the system of anxious scarcity become the historymakers in the neighborhood."
Walter Brueggemann
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Opportunities for You

It is almost impossible for people to dramatically impact an ecosystem by themselves with their current skills and knowledge. Mentorship and guidance from wisdom figures are time-tested ways to learn, but access to them is difficult. Common Good Collective offers access in several ways:

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Convene with the people, partners, and guides that bring together the means to design, implement, and sustain systemic and spirit transformation.

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Find inspiration anywhere, at any time – spotlighting reflections, ideas, principles, and strategies for departing to the Commons for community artisans to thrive and grow.

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Listen in on conversations with people that are making a difference in their place and helping us to understand the world and each other better.

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Have Questions?

Drop us a line: Hello@CommonGood.cc

The shift is to a narrative of emancipatory abundance. We work at the level of practice, but both narratives are tacit in the practice, and the narratives have to be smoked out or you can't get a paradigm shift.

Walter Brueggemann

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