Corvid has a small future. I mean, we will ever be composed of small study groups. Should a cohort of students become too large to fit in a living room, it will divide and meet at multiple different times int he same place.

The reason for cell-like growth is two fold: focused on the small group, it preserves the intimacy necessary to trust and to collaborative and critical study; it heads off the inevitable disaster of bureaucratization. Smallness requires no one to manage it as a specialist. Problems never become institutional, but must be dealt with in the best traditions of spiritual progress: namely personally and religiously.

Other issues of structure can be found under affiliation, commitment, and conviviality

The model for this is found in Elizabeth O'Connor's late account of the Church of the Savior in Washington, DC, Servant Leaders, Servant Sturctures.

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