Knowing and Loving Our Neighborhoods and Cities
Most of us view our neighborhoods and cities as little more than places to live. We live out our lives and simply hope for the best, hoping for a safe, peaceful, crime-free community with good schools, nice parks, and good job opportunities. I want us at Mockingbird Community to see our neighborhood differently, a community who individually and collectively own the responsibility for the welfare of the community as a whole. If our hopes of becoming that community are ever to be realized, it begins with embracing the people on the very streets we live on, which is our most immediate concern. These pathways then stretch out to our neighborhood.
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