Interiority in Community

Interiority is different than individualism, much less self-centeredness.

I’d argue it’s even different from introversion: some people — let’s call them interior extroverts — clearly enjoy being around people, yet are also deeply in touch with their inner lives and worlds.

What does it mean to work with interiority in community — to experience along with others that which can ultimately only be experienced for ourselves?

I’m not sure, but I certainly am looking forward to playing with this over the next several days.