The Spirit of Gift

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August 18, 2012

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The Spirit of Gift

How beautiful can life be? We hardly dare imagine it.

– Charles Eisenstein –

The Spirit of Gift

A gift. It is a simple gesture of care. Like an open palm, it is an invitation to connect … But can it be more than that? Can gifts restructure our monetary system? In a recent interview, teacher and writer Charles Eisenstein shared insights from his own journey with a gift-economy. His unique journey includes the raising of three kids, the writing of three books, going broke, facing his fears around money, and learning the gifts of receiving. { read more }

Be The Change

This article offers up an exploration of the gift-economy. { more }

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