The Third Way

When change arrives, unsought, our urge is for two outcomes. If the former situation was pretty good, we will work to keep it as it formerly was. If the change comes with relief, our first impulse will be to go back even further to what we had before. But there’s a third way to move forward into a future of transformation.

The Economics of Abundance

Capitalism is based on a model of scarcity:  a good or service being rare increases its value.  Socialism begins with the same assumption:  because valuable goods are scarce, we need a system to make sure everyone receives a fair share.  Could we create an economy that starts with the spiritual assumption of abundance?