"We need to stop making decisions that will increase activity and starting make decisions that will increase the sense of community. Sometimes we get lucky. The two are closely correlated. Communities aren’t highly active platforms. The’re not technology, they’re not cost savings, they’re not even people. They’re the psychological feeling that people believe they are part of a community. We often need to do things that seem strange to develop that sense of community. We might reduce the focus of the community, create strong boundaries to joining, celebrate a minor member milestone, participate in seemingly silly social events. But, every single one of these actions, is carefully considered to create a stronger sense of community."
"Four hours of hot oscillator action."
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
— Martin Luther King Jr.