[before_listing images= youtube=null] In what should be a free world we are struggling to be free. I’m 24 and i dont want to end up living most part of my life doing things which doesnt help me or others, i want to get out of this illusion called society. To go completely off grid and be absolutely free is a dream for all , without prejudice, without having to worry about getting up and going to a job we hate. we can grow we can learn and we can think like no one has thought before as long as the heart is pumping(ofcourse with the brain functioning normally too). To love selflessly, with the world as one big happy family is my dream. hope i find like minded people here.[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]

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10 Responses to “New life, new people, new place”

  1. Catherine

    My family and I have been researching what we can about this and found Alaska to be the most accepting place of off the grid living. we are planning to move out there when we save up enough for the move(hopefully ASAP). If anyone wants to email please do we ARE serious. I don’t come to this site much so please email us cweir2009 at yahoo dot com. NO SPAMMERS

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  2. Morgynn

    I have the same dream. I would love to get into contact with others and find a way

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  3. vinesh1human

    Darrell just saying you want to form a community and then disappearing is not cool bro, there are people like me who desperately want this to happen

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  4. vinesh1human

    I don’t possess any land but im willing to form a community

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  5. Darrell Toronto

    I am ready to break free from the rat race. I was raised of the grid in northern Ontario and want to return to that way of life. If anyone has land or is interested in forming a community that is truly free I would love to hear from you.

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  6. Suzanne Livingston

    I want to meet a group in Sonoma county who share the same interest!
    Suzanne

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  7. Vanessa

    Hi, I completely agree with all that you’ve said. I have my own posting on this site as well, about 3 pages back if you want to check it out. I’ve found it very hard getting anywhere and keeping in touch with others about it. I don’t know if it’s because people just are serious and passionate enough about it or what. Maybe its fear of the unknown. Regardless, we’ve been more than ready and willing to take the plunge. Just trying to get others to join us and do the same. If you want to talk more about it just get a hold of me. We’re in the process of looking for a motor home to buy, then I’m renting my house out and on the road we go. Hoping to find land and get this process start THIS YEAR! Hope to hear from you!

    Vanessa
    butterflymama212@gmail.com

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  8. Zac

    If any one is interested in off grind communities please send me an email. I am planning a village right now! My email is Ztbst4@mail.rmu.edu and my name is Zac :)

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  9. vinesh1human

    the only problem is getting a group formed, why is that the people who have this same desire are finding it tough to stay in touch. when all we want is the same thing, why not unite?

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  10. sally silva

    I have those dreams you speak of. I have a brother and his wife who live off the grid about 30 miles from where I live so I know it can be done. We are not a family with $$ so they did it the hard way by going without until they could get all their ducks in a row but they did it. It is so refreshing to hear that this desire to be free is spreading. People are finding it increasingly difficult to hang on to their “self”while working for less and less while to support the 1% at the top of the pyramid. We jump through the hoops as our society demands but there’s nothing left over for ourselves.

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