It’s your great aunt’s fault

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When it comes to grand ideas we live by, like the economic system, the ideas are like your great aunt, whom you visit for coffee once a months. She gives you a 37-minute monologue of mostly unstructured, confused advice. Like putting butter in your coffee. You just sit and nod, while eating your 3rd piece of cake, zooming out, because what she is telling you is about as up-to-date as the pasta with pesto you forgot in the fridge last week. Or was it the week before that…

Researcher & author for eco-living. Merging philosophy, psychology & personal development with ecology.

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