A generative critique of capitalism is an essential strand in my forthcoming book Wildwood Wisdom (due out next year with Wildhouse Publications). The root of my longing to write this book is my personal experience of slowly disentangling myself from institutional religion and the industrial growth society.
You are more than fuel for the industrial growth machine. You belong first to yourself (body, mind and spirit), then to the rest of the world how and when you choose to share. We are not resources to be used to manufacture wealth for the few.
Your life is sacred and so is mine.
We are bearers of the divine spark, individually and collectively, the imprint of the infinite. Every human body and every furry, feathered or flowering body, and the body of the living earth, is the original sound and echo of creation.