The Western world can learn so much from the thousands of other cultures who live with community in mind more than individuals. Thank you for shoeing us two powerful examples, that in Nepal and their inspiration for what you then created at home. Here's to sharing with each other. Namaste.
Namaste and thank you! Looking forward to being part of such an aspiring initiatives.
Helen C. Gennari
I'm so excited to see that so many people are engaging in this process and preparing the rest of us for a Buy Nothing society.
Wow.. Lovely.. Wonderful human spirit. You are giving without expecting anything which means real giving fully.. Thanks for posting.. We need this kind of atmosphere, otherwise the more we have, the more likes to be wanted..
Learning attitudeâ€¦ Using the power of social mediaâ€¦ And the most the wisdom of our ancientâ€¦ I love it
Beautiful and inspiring. Makes me want to share more.
Thank you so much . Awesome . When we give , it comes back to us ten fold . The Connecting we do with others while giving is life changing , it says we care for you . Life has taught me so much about giving , am truly grateful for that experience .
Harish M. Dalal
That generosity and contributing takes more imagination and courage than money.
If every community could do this it would bring people closer together and cut down on so much waste, but the real gift is not only in the giving but in the receiving (love).
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- Learn more about The Buy Nothing Project and how you might take part in this social movement.
- In this short video, Charles Eisenstein explains why we cannot live lives of meaning or create community by joint consumption. Only joint creativity and gifts create intimacy and connection.
- Visit 31 Ways to Build Community to learn about other ways to foster connections in your neighborhood.
Thank you! Warmly, Ginny Abblett