192. Us and them economy

August 3, 2009 § Leave a comment

Sure people should be allowed to seek profit and dollars providing the make it so those who want other pursuits can follow to their happiness. the problem is, in such a money centric society as ours, it is hard to take the path of writer, artist, carpenter, cabinet maker, chef or parent. It is hard to be able to walk in a garden when the very land is so expensive. The walk in the garden requires substantial wealth.

Would you rather have a small garden you can weed and design and harvest, or a larger one where employees do it for you, a garden you can watch across your spread sheet, or visit in the few minutes of light after work?

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