The Importance of plugging into a community of like minded people!

31 Jan

People by nature are social beings.
We live in societies and like to share our feelings,
happiness and sorrows with our friends, relatives and others.

This desire of togetherness and belonging, automatically leads to the creation of a community as a whole.

Community is a strong term that we use and has a greater meaning, in the way of how we really feel about each other.

The Internet has been the greatest contributor, of effectively connecting people throughout various communities.

The general meaning of community refers to a group of people that live in the same geographical location, in pursuit of similar goals.

These people tend to follow the social norms and common values,in their communities, as they share their common views in dialogue among themselves.

We already know that there are so many communities all over the world, that are unfortunately separated by languages, cultures,and the distance to where they are located.

Yet on some level, we are all aware( whether consciously, unconsciously or deep within our sub-conscious) that some how we are related to each other in one way or another, whether it is with or without the general understanding of how & why. (the human race) making the entire world originally into one,global community.

But why is community so important?

Having a sense of community is vitally important to establishing peace and harmony in any society. The, feeling of association, togetherness, and cooperation that connects us together as one, are responsible in establishing a healthy atmosphere filled with unity, harmony and friendship.


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