Those who are mindful are beginning to realize that only an entirely
new operating system can prevent the collapse of civilization. However,
to date, no one has presented such a system. This presentation outlines
a system that has the potential to serve as a viable replacement for
the current paradigm.
This is one way of analyzing flaws in the economic system. Building a system based on debt is bound to fail. While I can visualize this more concretely through the material in Chris Martenson's The Crash Course, others may find the approach set forth on this site to be useful. One similarity of this material with that on integraljournal is the illustration that without debt, one could live in a $100,000 home that has a life of 100 years for $83.33 per month ($100,000/100[years]/12[months]).
At some point -- hopefully sooner rather than later -- there will be a tipping point in the the number of people who understand that all of our institutions have failed us. This is the book to have on hand for that occasion. It will be possible to implement wide-ranging changes in politics, economics, and ecology if we have enough of a guiding light. This book provides a great deal of light.
The Other Side (A Sane Society Will A New Fabric)
found. Please feel free
to contribute in the comments.
Maybe the best way to describe The Other Side is that it's fabric would be completely different. The foundation would be a group of individuals who have taken a vow of non-accumulation. Not so much in an altruistic way, but in recognition that quality is better than quantity. If you have a group of this nature, they will be able to out perform those who are caught up in the materialistic paradigm.
John Dicus, CEO of Capitol Federal Financial in Topeka, Kansas, made about $835,000 last year running the holding company for the 40-branch Capital Federal Savings Bank and isn’t interested in taking a pay cut to head a Fortune 500 bank, he said.
“I’m sure some people will do it,” Dicus said. “If you put too many strings on the banks, they might not be successful.”
They might not be successful? Where has this guy been the last year or so?