Schlagwort-Archiv: Gemeinschaft

Familialle.

1. (noun) relationship, kinship, sense of family connection - a relationship through shared experiences and working together which provides people with a sense of belonging. It develops as a result of kinship rights and obligations, which also serve to strengthen each member of the kin group. It also extends to others to whom one develops a close familial, friendship or reciprocal relationship.

Māori Dictionary: whanaungatanga

Mastodondence or Scuttlarcism.

A social network means of group communication should be taken seriously once the majority of its usage no longer concerns itself.

Bedeutmeinschaft.

An act is meaningful or significant when it gives substantial realizable betterment to people or the community at large.

mindofjim: Rejecting nihilism and proclaiming “our lives can have meaning!”

Still no CoC in CCC.

Ach, CCC.

Don't you dare surrender.

You know you can't deny it
The world's a little more fucked up everyday

Evanescence: Imperfection

Commons.

Sometimes I think of my friends as a vector space over GF(2) where each entry defines what we have in common.

  • email, phone and other providers
  • clothing with more or less witty slogans
  • discount cards for transport, food and culture
  • (the fact that we have an) employer
  • brand and operating system of our computers and phones
  • number, kind and brand of our bicycles
  • countries we've visited and lived in
  • passion for lists

Käsereiben und Kastanien.

Getting old(er) together, whatever that means, suddenly feels okay.

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