Seeds + T: Slow Money And Moneyless Time
Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns! one a penny, two a penny, Hot cross buns! Heard that song? What do you think she is interested in, the penny or the bun? Discover Slow Money, a movement that marries Slow Food with Local Money. Does time equals money? What happens when we live by that equation and what happens when we don't?
Slow Money: Seeding the restorative economy
A Simple, Pragmatic and Neighborly Call To Action For the Age After Rogue Computer Algorithms, CDOs, GMOs, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Food Deserts, Desert Storms, and All Those Endowments, Pension Funds, Mutual Funds and Other Ungodly Humongous Institutional Pools of Capital that Are About To Discover Conscientious Investing, Saying No! to Oil and Yes! to Soil. Read Full Story »
Time Is Not Money, and Cash Doesn't Talk
Once the capitalist equation “time = money” kicked in as a social golden rule, life progressively turned into death on an installment plan. For thousands of years before this, human societies, independently of their locations, closely followed the rhythms of nature with immense respect. One did not clock in, but one was aware of the sunrise, sunset, and phase of the moon. The seasons guided the kind of work to be done, and factors such as the tides, atmospheric conditions, actions of other living things, determined the day’s agenda. Read Full Story »
'Be the Change' Idea: Make some millet laddus, bake some cookies, blend some green smoothie, hit the road and gift it to people. Or instead of gifting, tell them that the less they pay, the more they can take and see what happens (one a penny, two is also a penny :). Read what The Economist and Stanford Business think about Time and Money: