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Moneyless.org - Life Without Money

Living without money is a great way to revalue life as it is. Let people who live without money inspire you. See our tips on how to live a simple life with little money and to reduce the influence that money has on your life. Enhance your lifestyle and reduce your money dependencies to zero.

On MoneyLess.org you'll find tips for simply reducing your dependencies on money, information on alternative currencies such as the bankless currency Bitcoin and tips for living and traveling on a very limited budget.

Life Without Money

Life Without Money - Building Fair and Sustainable Economies is a book written from a scientific perspective on the possibilities, potential and benefits of Moneyless societies. It is written by a collective of authors who all look into this question from a different perspective.

Gift Economy

The gift economy is the oldest existing form of exchange between people. It is based on giving without expecting anything in return. It is the way of life, the air we breath and edible food we used to find. It is circulating by nature, think of what we give back simply by breathing or pooing. Plants grow from that.

Social money

Social money is a concept of money under direct (as opposed to parliamentary) democratic control by people. Other terms are also complementary money. It's a currency that exists on a local level. The idea is to keep money under control of people and thus taking care of local economic development.

Everything evades for money

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Submitted by robino on Sat, 01/06/2013 - 07:55

Money can do weird things to people. The power of money is fixed in people's heads and manipulates the heart. Love makes place for want of more and more. More money, more power, more nonsense.

It's a phenomenon that I've been used to for longer, but every time when confronted it's a slap in the face. And the slap is harder when the power gets closer, takes away a part of the love.

Money economy

The money economy is a form of economy in which transactions are done with money. Alternatives are possible, e.g. bartering, but money is the dominant factor for transactions between people. The money economy is a product of human society.

Money is impersonal and reduces qualitative values to a quantity (source)

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