Author: Rebecca Dale

Rebecca Dale is a late-blooming communitarian living in Currents community in southeastern Ohio. She has been a farmer, worked as a nurse, librarian, and occasional free-lance writer, and used the freedom of retirement to complete graduate work in Earth Literacy and earn a certificate in permaculture design. Digging in the dirt and hanging out in the woods are high on her list of favorite things.

Articles by Rebecca Dale include:

  • How Currents Community Got Its Groove Back (Issue # 142)
  • It Takes a Community to Grow an Elder (Issue # 149)
  • Inviting God to Dance (Issue # 154)

Inviting God to Dance

Posted on March 7, 2012 by
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A dancer’s year at Currents community opens and transforms both her and the group.

It Takes a Community to Grow an Elder

Posted on December 7, 2010 by

After confronting an identity crisis worthy of adolescence, a 65-year-old finds a new home in community and discovers that elderhood is a blessing, not a curse.