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Take These Jobs And Shove ‘Em

40% of Dutch employees acknowledged that their positions had no good reason to exist. Graeber says these numbers are artificially low, because many employees never see the outcome of their company’s business, so can’t appreciate how useless it is. We need to do away with bullshit jobs and start caretaking our planet and each other. Continue reading

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Make Earth Sacred Again

Imagine living where people revered Earth, not money. A world where people spend days restoring wetlands or growing food, and being happy to do it. Imagine a world where helping others, both human and nonhuman, was a prime motivation. That may sound impossible, but religions have transformed the world before. Continue reading

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Who Can Own The Earth?

This is why we need a new relationship to land. Instead of seeing it as a bunch of resources to own and exploit, we need to care for it. Continue reading

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Gratitude Can Change the World

“Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts.” Henri-Frederic Amiel Continue reading

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