When access is restricted to the basic needs of survival, we begin to lose sight of what’s required to stay balanced. Shortly after that we begin making stupid choices. One example is living in a society where healthcare is not a universal right for everyone. Due to this, those of us that grew up without health care are unable to fully understand when we should go to the doctor and seek medical treatment. Another example is when the people have lack of self-directed education opportunities. In this case, it is hard for the people to know when to question the systems that hold them together in a particular form.


Test #1 of projecting a communities needs and resources. Check out my work here at massmosaic.com

I’ve begun writing a book to help us understand abundance. It’s called “World of Plenty” and connects my work at Mass Mosaic with practical advice.

Here’s my design for the cover.