It is hard to beat the right kind of company for maintaining our balance and harmony, keeping our feet under us, oriented in the right direction, with fealty, devotion and loyalty to the right things, and a healthy sense of humor to lead us along the way. And the right kind of company is ideal at 3 to 5 people. It is easy to be lost in a "community" setting, where too many people are not saying anything, and too few people are listening to anything. A small group can listen everyone to the point of hearing what they are saying to everyone else. It all flows from our hearing what we are saying. That is what psychotherapy does for us. We talk until we hear what we are saying. We need a group where we can do that for one another. And, too, the right kind of company raises the right kind of questions. It isn't a chat room, but a place for exploration, reflection, realization, awareness. It is a mirror where everyone can see themselves and everyone else as they are, just so, as "one thus come." And that is the second most important thing. What we do about it is the most important thing.