alienated from our children, alienated from our neighbors, alienated from our parents, we must work work work and the fact that we should be taking care of each other is swept under the rug

@lesbianhacker I see less of this in the secular homeschooling community, where we actively integrate our families into our daily lives. My family never has known most of its close neighbors well, but has known families in the community very well, creating a virtual neighborhood spread across the town or city where we lived. Those relationships have survived multiple moves across state lines on everyone's part, and we still pull together in times of crisis.

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