Reflection 5 - John Malloy HON181 Reflection #5 Community...

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John Malloy HON181 Reflection #5 Community living environments can be some of the best, or worst, experiences of your life. How well you get along with the other people in your community strongly affects whether or not you have a great or mediocre experience. In the past, I’ve been a part of communities where everyone was at each others’ throats the whole time, and a part of communities where everyone got along greatly. Currently, in my corridor and all of Emerson, I’m a part of a close community where everyone gets along and I couldn’t be happier with my living conditions this year. Depending on the type of community you’re talking about, you could see these people all day, every day. If that’s the case, having grudges develop between different members of the community could be catastrophic its success. This could then possibly lead to a division into separate, smaller communities even. It’s very important that an effort be made, in any community, to promote friendship and camaraderie. Only once these values and bonds are
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course HON 181 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at Miami University.

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Reflection 5 - John Malloy HON181 Reflection #5 Community...

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