Meet Daniel Suelo. He’s been living without money for 12 years. When our paths crossed synchronistically in Moab, I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to learn from this wise man. I interviewed him and found his philosophy and way of living inspiring and visionary.
I recently launched a new website for a vision I’ve held for a few years, to create a place for people to connect on a deeper level with one another through discussing the thoughts, ideas and beliefs which shape the way we view and experience life.
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What would you do in life if you could anything you wanted, anything you enjoyed? Obviously, the reality of how human societies work and how individuals earn their living is through the use of money. But I feel it is of tremendous importance that we ask ourselves the questions of what would we really like to do with our life and, what is our motivation for what we do?
Many of us spend our lives working to earn a decent wage or income, and do the things we’d really like in our spare time. But, what if we could do what we love; the natural talents, passions and interests we have, and were enabled to earn a living by doing those activities?
This is an excellent excerpt from a talk by the late-Philosopher Alan Watts: