- Abstracted labour
- The bane of our existence
- The cause of our problems
- The tool of our salvation
- Extrication of consciousness from samsara
- Freedom from ignorance and delusion
Total Money Enlightenment
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The world is in political, social, spiritual, and economic chaos and it doesn’t seem to be getting any better. The global economy teeters on the brink of collapse while social violence and chaos explodes on our ubiquitous screens. What’s going on and, more importantly, what can we do about it?
The Rocket Scientists’ Guide to Money and the Economy identifies the problem and tags the solution. In this book learn about money, debt, the globalized economy of accumulation, and how the Family is taking us all down a path of total global destruction. Learn how it all started, how we’ve gotten ourselves to this point, and what we need to do to fix the problem before it is too late.
We can’t afford to wait for the global elites to solve the problems they have caused because they don’t know how. But you can. Read the Rocket Scientists’ Guide to Money and the Economy Today and find out for yourself today.
Michael strips back the complexities of economics to the bare bones and shines a bright light on what is there.
A compelling read for anyone seeking a straight forward and honest account of the economy, from a man who knows a thing or two about how our world works.Pip
I HIGHLY recommend this book because no one in the world is telling the truth. It’s just one big ugly chess game that everyone is losing….
It’s time for our world to be truly prosperous again… It’s time to stop thinking small…
It’s time to take our power back…LoungeCat
Most books about economics are turgid and abstruse, so most people are intimidated by this crucial topic. Now sociologist Dr. MikeSosteric (a.k.a. Michael Sharp) has written a helpful guide. He has a gift for explaining complex concepts and his clear prose is a refreshing antidote to the murk of much economicsWilliam Hathaway
This project was funded by the Alberta Open Educational Resources (ABOER) Initiative; made possible through an investment from the Alberta government.