Can We Build build a Caring Economic System before it’s too late? Instead of valuing the worth of a Nation by financial values alone, Can we measure by the quality of life as well?
We believe we must create a new GDP measurement that is a more intelligent, conscious, and inclusive way to live. We call it NEO GDP. A NEW NEO measurement of GDP.
We are hopeful and live in awe of life each day. Many today walk the path to a new Yin & Yang balanced non Dominator economic system and societal mindset as well. But the interregnum today is broad and deep. It feels like time is running out. How do we quickly move beyond no longer listening and caring for each other and reach all to span what seems Beyond Impossible to a caring and nonviolent humanity? Perhaps this TEDx talk made about 10 years ago is not too late to answer that question, many of us ponder.
Here is a TEDx Talk that may possibly awaken some minds and offer possibilities for a true and better way to live and measure a Nation’s GDP. We call it NEO GDP. A new and higher measurement of GDP.
Title: TEDx Talk Building a Caring Economy, by Riana Eisler.
I first learned of Riana when a good friend Dr. Kathy Gettys recommended her book
The Chalice and the Blade. along with the Tao Te Ching, Bhagavad-Gita, and New Earth were off-grid paradigm-shift books for me.
“Everyone…should have the opportunity to read it.” — Chicago Tribune
“Validates a belief in humanity’s capacity for benevolence and cooperation in the face of so much destruction.” — San Francisco Chronicle
“The Chalice and the Blade may be the most significant work published in all our lifetimes.” — LA Weekly
“Some books are like revelations, they open the spirit to unimaginable possibilities. The Chalice and the Blade is one of those magnificent key books that can transform us and… initiate fundamental changes in the world.” — Isabel Allende
“The most important book since Darwin’s Origin of Species .” — Ashley Montagu
TEDx Santa Cruz: Riana Eisler
Here is a TEDx Talk that may possibly awaken some minds
TEDx Talk Title Building a Caring Economy by Riana Eisler.