Question: You mentioned in the post dated January 3, 2015 something about money-less societies that do not use trade or barter. I’ve heard of that before and think of that as a sort of utopia. Recently, though, I heard from a different source, not you, that it would not be utopia but instead simply the natural order of things.
Is a truly money-less system, without trade and without barter, the natural order of things?
Higgins: To give freely of oneself for one’s greatest happiness and expansion is the natural order. It is what God does. Use money or trade and barter or don’t. If you do choose to use money use it gently.
Received January 3, 2015 at Lake Goodwin, Washington USA