I totally agree with this article and that’s why i love my neighborhood.
In an era when what’s wrong in the world can seem complicated and daunting, neighborhoods offer hope that we can still make a difference. What’s overwhelming at the international, national, or even municipal level often can be fixed closer to home, without large sums of money or political connections. And in an era of instantaneous global communications, no great idea stays in one place for long.
Want to Change the World and Not Get Burnt Out? Start with Your Neighborhood by Jay Walljasper — YES! Magazine.
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