Living Like A Monk In Utah

Posted by Rev. Heng Sure on Mar 2, 2012
2264 reads  
I recently ran into an inspiring story of a man who goes by Suelo.  He left all his money in a phone booth and walked away to live like a monk in Utah, which he was at one point in Thailand.  On his website, he writes: "I've been living without a cent to my name since the autumn of 2000. I don't use or accept money or conscious barter, and I don't take food stamps or other government dole.  Why? I simply got tired of acknowledging as real this most common world-wide belief called money! I simply got tired of being unreal. "  He might make for a great Wednesday speaker!  Peace, from Australia, where blue water lilly grows right right down from my door.

Posted by Rev. Heng Sure | | permalink


Share A Comment

 Your Name: Email:


Smiles From 2 Members Login to Add a Smile


Comments (2)

  • Trishna Shah wrote ...

    Wow, that's incredible Rev. Heng Sure, thanks so much for sharing Suelo's story! Is there anywhere we can read more about his journey? Hope Australia has been good to you!

  • Nipun wrote ...

    Trishna, there's also a book out about it -- The Man Who Quit Money: [View Link] ,,9781594485695,00.html