We have tended to think of endless economic growth as a necessity, but it could be our greatest mistake.
This monetary game, which has usurped our understanding of economics, does have the capacity for collaborative contentment, yet just as with the equanimity which comes with success in the game of life, the outcome will largely depend on how we want to play the game.
I want to remind people of the wit and wisdom of Will Rogers while building on that wisdom, and the century of technological growth, to set things right.
What we consider to be our economy is not designed to be very distributive. Although it’s often touted as a “trickle down” method, the truth is that it largely siphons up.
For a few years, before I decided to my non-monetary lifestyle experiment, I mulled over this concept of ABC2 Economics. I called it the WeBMaP at the time. In my mind, it only seemed right to find a more balanced solution to our financial predicament. While I know that much of …