Ignore Ants (el 12/08/14 a las 8:22 pm)
This whole idea is totally correct if we are to heal the planet and find
some modicum of 'happiness' .
The problem I have is I think it's a long long time before we reach this
stage; certainly not within my lifetime, and the fact that this book is
almost £30 just further emphasizes my point. This guy is trying to sell
something to make 'money'. If he truly believed what he himself is telling
us then this book would be free, and not four times the price of a regular
He would find ways of getting this message across without using the
'horrible' system he so describes. I think the truth is the system isn't as
bad as he makes out it just needs adjustments, like the redistribution of
wealth and a toppling of the super elite and power abusing governments.
Hendrawanto van der Uilskuiken (el 01/09/14 a las 6:12 am)
James Newlin (el 31/08/14 a las 1:50 pm)
why does he think we're coming to adulthood & not our death? It seems more
likely to me that we're very near the end of humanity. We've destroyed
nature far beyond what can be made into a future habitat for humans.
Anne Breiehagen (el 27/08/14 a las 5:22 pm)
Old, but gold.
Telana Simpson (el 17/08/14 a las 7:35 pm)
"How we think about money? How we define ourselves? Author Charles
Eisenstein has some revolutionary and refreshing (and, yes, economically
Jacky Ko (el 27/04/14 a las 2:42 pm)
We're at the end of growth, our #moneysystem works less and less. Great
video called Sacred Economics. #MoneyMonth
Maggie Hettinger (el 11/08/14 a las 3:29 pm)
Steve Smith https://www.facebook.com/steve.smith.33483903 suggested this
video for my morning inspiration. I'm passing it on. Thank you, Steve.
RealStew (el 03/08/14 a las 12:13 am)
Would Anyone like a Free Mentor to learn how to Create Business
Love is Space (el 22/07/14 a las 5:15 pm)
Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to
modern capitalism, revealing how the money system has contributed to
alienation, competition, and scarcity, destroyed community, and
necessitated endless growth.
Today, these trends have reached their extreme - but in the wake of their
collapse, we may find great opportunity to transition to a more connected,
ecological, and sustainable way of being.
gunnar jauch (el 17/09/13 a las 12:10 pm)
Looking forward to Charles' speech tonight, in Zurich's Federal Institute
of Technology (ETH), my Alma Mater...