I choose to run because I see the vision. Others see it too, but they are rare. It’s about making real the possible so it replaces the “what is.”
The future we believe is possible, the one that is beyond money and scarcity must come at the same time as a revolution of the human condition.
There are a lot of ways to think about sustainability. At Copiosis we’re thinking “meta”. At some point, all that meta-thinking has to translate to the personal. I’m trying to walk my talk in my own life. The company A Sustainable Mind, founded by Marjorie Alexander, hosts a Podcast each week. This week Marjorie and I talked about my personal sustainability journey.
Some people say I’m being “dishonest” by saying there is no money in Copiosis. Not only is that a strong accusation, it’s completely inaccurate. As I described above “money” facilitates two-way exchanges. It is a medium that allows two people to satisfy dissimilar desires via a common standard of value decreed by a central bank working with government. Often those desires are immoral. Money is transferred from the buyer to the seller. The whole process is governed by a system of banks and government. Here’s how Copiosis shares none of these characteristics.