Not everything has to be reciprocated with money

We not always have to say it with money or have to recompense with currency or money.

Last weekend we had the most important weekend of the year. We looked at the liberation of the Jewish people from the slavery and Egyptian bondage as well as the liberation of the people their chains of death, broken by the offering as a lamb by rabbi Jeshua (Jesus Christ).

Where the Money Is

Where the Money Is (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Many centuries later, today lots of people love to be bounded by lots of money. Many think the more they can gather, the free-er they would be. Strongly mistaken many people have become slaves of money. The greed of the human beings and their wish to gather as much as they can for themselves, has put a lot of pressure on their environment.

Lots of people do think they own the world and can use everything as they like it for their benefit.

At my ecclesia and on my lifestyle magazines we take the time to look at our boundaries we have chosen ourselves. How we ourselves made that we became a slave of money and how we are used by commerce to be an instrument of production, without taking in account the human side.

We have come to a situation where we sincerely have to consider how we want to continue. Though many do not want to see how much human beings damaged nature and what for sort consequences it has for our children, if we continue to live this way we shall bring unrecoverable damage to the eco system. Already too many species are gone for ever. We also shall bring man in much more danger as well, having no unlimited sources, like water and fresh air.

It would not be bad if people start thinking about an other way of living together and about putting selfishness aside coming to a system where much more is shared and lots of things are considered common goods for use of all in our society.

We have to make it that more people would come out of the dessert or wilderness they are living in ad shall get out of the dark corners of this world, finding a society where people love each other, meaning not having envy, so much that they are not concerned about how they look like, which colour their skin is, how intelligently they are, what they believe or what faith they want to have. A society where everybody is willing to share everything around them with each other.

Please continue reading about it, in my article on From Guestwriters:

A charter for a truly free world and why we need it

and do find my previous article on a money free society:

Inequality, Injustice, Sustainability and the Free World Charter


Preceding articles:

Angry at the greedy state

Intellectual servility a curse of mankind

Time to consider how to care for our common home


Coming closer to the end of 2015 and the end for Donald Trump as presidential candidate


Additional reading

  1. Yom Hey, Eve of Passover and liberation of many people
  2. Most important weekend of the year 2016
  3. Commemorating the escape from slavery
  4. Self inflicted misery #1 The root by man
  5. 14-15 Nisan and Easter
  6. Days of Nisan, Pesach, Pasach, Pascha and Easter
  7. Living in the Wilderness
  8. Around the feast of Unleavened Bread
  9. The son of David and the first day of the feast of unleavened bread
  10. A new exodus and offering of a Lamb
  11. A Holy week in remembrance of the Blood of life
  12. Observance of a day to Remember
  13. After darkness a moment of life renewal
  14. Passover and Liberation Theology
  15. Good to make sure that you haven’t lost the things money can’t buy
  16. Poverty and conservative role patterns
  17. Greed more common than generosity
  18. Home-stayers and their to do list
  19. The Greatest of These is Love
  20. The Question is this…
  21. Chasing all our life..
  22. Spring playing hide and seek
  23. True riches
  24. Count your blessings
  25. Suffering redemptive because Jesus redeemed us from sin
  26. Are Christianity and Capitalism Compatible?
  27. How we think shows through in how we act
  28. Be holy
  29. Love envieth not
  30. A way to prepare for the Kingdom
  31. Actions to be a reflection of openness of heart
  32. Getting out of the dark corners of this world
  33. Human beings and creation


Further reading:

  1. We’ll Get There
  2. It’s time to build a new system
  3. Human Reasons To Work
  4. Vamos tornar tudo gratuito e livre – Carta do Mundo Livre (The Free World Charter)


About Marcus Ampe

Retired dancer, choreographer, choreologist Founder of the Dance impresario office and archive: Danscontact-Dansarchief plus the Association for Bible scholars, the Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" and "From Guestwriters" and creator of the site "Messiah for all". - Gepensioneerd danser, choreograaf, choreoloog. Stichter van Danscontact-Dansarchief plus van de Vereniging voor Bijbelvorsers, de Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" en "From Guestwriters" en maker van de site "Messiah for all".
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7 Responses to Not everything has to be reciprocated with money

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  3. lingvovojo says:

    There is my comment in Esperanto and Italian (in my blog) and, escuse me, not in English.
    I understand but I do not write well in English. Bye.


    • Marcus Ampe says:

      Dear Alga Vanna Guernieri, it is very much appreciated that you took the time to translate my humble article in an international language, so that many more people all over the world can read and understand it.

      Thank you very much


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