Why I Decided, 11 Years Ago, to Live Without Money | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it

Daniel Suelo's decision to live without money was conceived on a backpacking trip to Alaska in 1998.  He writes, 


"Thus began a hypothesis of why wild nature’s economy is balanced while the commercial economy is not and can never be. I saw that nature is a constant free current – a true currency, that is. Money and possession represent our control, our interruption, of nature’s current, both in our minds and in our environment."

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