Monthly Archives: April 2014

Community currencies vs. Alternative currencies

Thanks to LJuserGoodall for asking about bitcoin, which I do not support. Bitcoin is an alternative to national currencies which is often used for money laundering and other nefarious purposes. It actually does precisely the opposite of what a community-based … Continue reading

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Pre-Adulthood, Adults, and Rites of Passage…

FRANçAIS Dear Friends, here is another idea for your perusal. A New Rite of Passage     We need a new rite of passage in which every teenager must voluntarily teach someone, from start to finish, a usable and important … Continue reading

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More Inclusive Calendars and Eras

Posted on Meow Date Thursday, 12 April of the year 12,014 H.E. At its inception, the United Nations proposed a more logical, easy to memorize and universal calendar which all the world could use. It was to be called The … Continue reading

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