© Warren Lynn; 2001. Based on process learned from the Rev. Ronald Greene, Disciples of Christ pastor.
An epiphanal community
of two or more people
expands the imagination of the culture around them.
The more organic, less-structured the community is,
the more-powerful the pace of change.
A group of people who are inspired
from an imagination that has been illuminated by Nature's presence,
and has contact wiht the Voice of the Sacred within each of them,
generates a great deal of power
to move through large, rigid organizational structures.
-David T. Kyle,
author of "Human Robots and Holy Mechanics"