Quixote Village, as it is now called, practices self-governance, with elected leadership and membership rules. While a nonprofit board called Panza funds and guides the project, needing help is not the same thing as being helpless. As Mr. Johnson likes to say, “I’m homeless, not stupid.”” – NYTimes.com
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@TerrysBlinds love this ! @tonyrobbins
beautiful. Very amazing article thank you for shedding light on Quixote Village! A wonderful idea with massive potential!
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