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Can “hermits” — people who need a lot of alone time — live in community? Yes, depending on the community. In cohousing communities, and larger communities, there are usually so many different kinds of people that it’s natural that some will be shyer, quieter, and/or participate less often than others. However, in most communities, everyone is expected to contribute to the ongoing work of community life, so shy or reclusive people will need to come out sometimes to participate in workdays and other projects.

Rachael wheels her bike up the pedestrian path and I go out to greet her. We head out for a vigorous 35-minute ride. The main road is busy with cars and we are relieved to soon be on side roads — biking past horses, barns, open farm Šelds and white clapboard houses. It’s hilly here, and we work up a sweat, while riding side by side, and catching up on our lives. 23 24 F I N D I N G C O M M U N I T Y When I get home I hang my bike in the bike public at the Ithaca Farmer’s Market, and some to shed.

A few communities are focused on gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered culture for those speciŠcally seeking such an environment. Can “hermits” — people who need a lot of alone time — live in community? Yes, depending on the community. In cohousing communities, and larger communities, there are usually so many different kinds of people that it’s natural that some will be shyer, quieter, and/or participate less often than others. However, in most communities, everyone is expected to contribute to the ongoing work of community life, so shy or reclusive people will need to come out sometimes to participate in workdays and other projects.

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