If community is a state of being shared or held in common (Oxford D) then what do proprioceptive writers share? if it's a willingness to read and write and listen, then isn't the community established?
I have always thought, because of my tendency to spend much of my time alone, that I'm not communal, that I lack "community spirit." I'm wondering if the spin generally put on "community" that requires a certain kind of involvement may be rather narrow, and makes it difficult for some of us to find our communal selves. Then there's the great need for communion with myself...which now seems to be begging for priority, but is that ignoring/can I justify this given what all is going on around me?