Saturday, January 24, 2015

Money is not happiness.

"Consumers have 10 times as many conversations at farmers' markets as they do at supermarkets—an order of magnitude difference. By itself, that's hardly life-changing, but it points at something that could be: living in an economy where you are participant as well as consumer, where you have a sense of who's in your universe and how it fits together"
Thanks to Kay for pointing out the article by Bill McKibben available here.

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