';

Information

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut rhoncus risus mauris, et commodo lectus hendrerit ac. Nam consectetur velit et erat fermentum aliquet. In laoreet, sem sit amet faucibus pulvinar, purus tellus tincidunt ex.

Recent Posts

Conference at the Paris P2P Festival : “The World We Want”
The Man of Understanding
Why does the word “wealth” appear so confusing?

In the common sense, wealthy means having lot’s of money. The opposite, poor, means having no money and no material means. The word wealth feels ambiguous because it locks us down in the materialistic part of our reality.

I may not have any material possessions, but still might experience myself as the richest man on Earth, thanks to love, thanks to the beauty that surrounds me, thanks to my health, thanks to my inner practice to cultivate happiness. I know some multi-billionaires and millinaires who live the most miserable life, surrounded by corruption, harsh competition, greed, cheating, superficiality, plots…

Don’t you find interesting that we don’t have good words to express what truly makes us rich or poor? “Rich and poor” perpetuate some of the most ontological jamming I know. Hence why we need a language of wealth.

Comments
Share
jf