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Charles Eisenstein on Local Living, Sharing Economies and The Pandemic - E98

The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

Release Date: 08/05/2020

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Can we build a more beautiful world that centers our interdependence?

In this episode Amisha speaks with Charles Eisenstein, social philosopher, author and public speaker.

They examine Covid19, systems no longer serving our processes and possibilities it presents for deep-seated cultural transformation. They explore the rise of collective grief and its embodiment of the ‘death of the old world’. Together they embrace the potential of sharing economies to form a new paradise of interdependence as a future way of life.

“We can build a more beautiful world. It is available to us. It’s begging us to step into its service. And when we do, when we bow into the service of this future, all kinds of synchronicities, and, and miracles can happen.” – Charles Eisenstein

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