... transition - the hard labour phase, just before actually giving birth...
And where is our monetary economy in all of that?
I’m going to start with a very broad question: How would you define money?
You used the word “story.” How do story and money relate to each other?
The title of your book is “Sacred Economics.” So how do you define the sacred?
In the intro you said your book is going to describe “a more beautiful world based on a different kind of money and economy.” So, please, please, please tell me, what kind of economy, what kind of money will create a more beautiful world?
So let’s talk about a gift economy. How would it work?
Oh, I’m a millionaire.
One of the other pillars you mentioned, negative interest: How does that work?
You have this YouTube video called “The Revolution is Love” about Occupy Wall Street. I can imagine what you mean by that title, but what kind of revolutionary love are you talking about?
I think “We are the 99 percent” is a great slogan. But occasionally I say, “We are the 100 percent. We are all of us.” It’s all of us together. We all have to figure it out together. I think everybody’s coming along in this transition.
WE JUST HAVE TO WANT IT
AND TO MAKE IT HAPPEN