On Things We Used to Do: Baha’is and their friends are living experimentally

Did people like the pimento loaf?

Did people like the pimento loaf?

Baha’is and their friends are living experimentally. Our community building projects are arenas for learning. What we’re doing today, we won’t necessarily be doing tomorrow. Take our quarterly Cluster Reflection Meetings. We used to do skits. Then it seemed like just so much entertainment, taking away from the primary purpose of reflection. Used to be we’d spend most of our time in large group. Now it’s mostly small group — teaching teams organized around working in neighborhoods. That’s how we roll now. -gw

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