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“Why do we have the world we have if nobody wants it this way?”
As the world moves into unprecedented upheaval, people turn to spiritual matters to
ease their fears. A case can be made that our
solely patriarchal ideas about the transcendent have been responsible
for many of the ills currently facing our society. Perhaps we need a reaffirmation of allegiance to
our nation's forgotten Goddess.
Now that I have entered the realm of speculation, I would like to
describe a few more aspects of sacred economy that I believe will unfold
over the next two centuries. This book has described developments that
we can create in the next twenty years, and in some cases the next five.
What about the next two hundred years?
Charles Eisenstein, the author of Sacred Economics, has
written a critique
of my film THRIVE: What on Earth Will It Take? that has engendered much discussion. I
welcome this opportunity to have a broad and public conversation to look more
deeply into some very important issues that he and THRIVE raise.
The deep link between money and being is good news because human
identity today is undergoing a profound metamorphosis. What kind of
money will be consistent with the new self, the connected self, and a
world in which we increasingly realize the truth of interconnectedness:
that more for you is more for me?