Freeconomy - Living Without Money - Happiness - Responsibility - Convenience - Peace Of Mind - Simplicity

"If you want to make a man rich, do not add to his wealth but subtract from his desires." (or at least desires that cost money/sufferage)
"I've made small sacrifices," Boyle says of his lifestyle. "But I've gained so much more."

Zero Currency. Living Money Free for 9 Years.

Daniel has not used money in any way for 9 years. A middle aged former Peace Corps volunteer and social worker, he describes the events that led to giving up money completely from the cave where he now lives, located in the breathtaking canyons outside Arches National Park. Set against the backdrop of America's recent financial crisis, Daniel's philosophical, political, and spiritual tenets that guide his life free of credit and debt become startlingly immediate and challenge us to examine how money affects our true nature while providing a provocative glimpse into what life may be like in it's total absence. If you find this video online please leave a link in comments!

The No Money Man

Mark Boyle - Living Without Money

The Peace Pilgrim!! (this is an hour long but it'll get u stoked!)

How to live a money-less life by Mark Boyle

How to be happy with less (happiness is wanting what you got)

Money Free Ecovillage

Money makes the Human Worthless - HoM37

why do you think you have to have purpose to feel worthy? to believe in someone or something to be worthy? fear of death. fear of aging. survival. problem of money. ..all total bullshit. Human beings give value and worth and definition to things. There is no such thing as money. it's an illusion. It's been like this for awhile now. Get used to it.

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The pressure to buy and to own, she feels, has intensified in recent years. Consumerism is essentially about “an attempt to fill an empty space inside. And that emptiness, and the fear of loss, is manipulated by the media or big companies.” There is a fear, she says, that in not buying or owning an individual will fall out of society. The irony, she claims, is that material goods can never plug a spiritual hole and shopping and hoarding are more likely to isolate people than bring contentment.

LIVING WITHOUT MONEY (and here is his "Suelo's" blog )
Before our white brothers came to civilize us we had no jails. Therefore we had no criminals. You can’t have criminals without a jail. We had no locks or keys, and so we had no thieves. If a man was so poor that he had no horse, tipi or blanket, someone gave him these things. We were too uncivilized to set much value on personal belongings. We wanted to have things only in order to give them away. We had no money, and therefore a man’s worth couldn’t be measured by it. We had no written law, no attorney or politicians, therefore we couldn’t cheat. We were in a really bad way before the white man came, and I don’t know how we managed to get along without the basic things which, we are told, are absolutely necessary to make a civilized society.
-- Lakota Sage Lame Deer (from John Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions)

Question to Peace Pilgrim: "Why don't you accept money?" Peace Pilgrim: Because I talk about spiritual truth, and spiritual truth should never be sold - those who sell it injure themselves spiritually....
"Those who attempt to buy spiritual truth are attempting to get it before they are ready. In this wonderfully well-ordered universe, when they are ready it will be given.

Mark Boyle: Moneyless by choice and loving it Articles on getting off grid

Mark Boyle: I live without cash and I'm doing just fine

Mark Boyles Freeconomy Community

Can you survive for a week without splashing any cash? Our correspondent opted in to the freeconomy to give it a go. "the problem with money is sometimes there is none"

Meet the man who lives on zero dollars

"When I lived with money, I was always lacking," he writes. "Money represents lack. Money represents things in the past (debt) and things in the future (credit), but money never represents what is present.

Mark Boyle "the money-less man"s book on amazon

Mark Boyle's facebook where he posts relevant things that will rock you

Sleep System. I have one. These sleeping bags are awesome. small. warm. my fav blankey :) $280  good investment. ur best house ever. also get a pancho tarp tent for possible rain or make one out of a yard garbage bag with duct tape which you can use to sleep on as well (ground pad). or it's what i do.

I also have this sleep bag Golite Ultralite 3 season but i might sell it to get another jacks r better (cause you can combine them).. or u could find a used still decent sleep bag on freecycle or craigslist. find a feather one and patch it. learn to sew now/ later, or wear less clothes even better. shoes destroy ur feet, go barefoot I'm trying to quit everything.. have been trying for awhile.. I'm getting there ha! But im still not cool enough. soon tho!!!!! money makes u poor

this is all just what i've been into. love yall :)

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