pure and impossible, pt.2

Heather just wrote a very good essay on Jesus' economics, and I laughed as I read this comment (about some communities' attempts to give up individual wealth by setting up a "common purse", or some other form of communal ownership):

For one thing, it is too sensible. It does not leave in your mouth that taste of foolishness, the way Jesus' words about the widow's mite do. It is a plan which, on a human level, works, as the kingdom [of God] economy does not.
It makes me think again about directing our attention towards "pure and impossible goodness," and letting God make the impossible possible. Instead of settling for a "lesser evil" (like we usually do)...