A Life without money- is this possible?
“To have or to be” was the title of social psychologist Erich Fromm in his socially critical work published in 1976. This topic is still relevant today. We live in an era of money and a society which becomes ever more rapid and complex. Can you imagine what it would be like to live without money? In the documentary Marius (part one) tells the viewer about his attempt to live without money – “consumes strike: my time without money”. For four years he had tried to not spend any money (only exception: health insurance).
In part two we get to know Raphael Fellmer the founder of Foodsharing, a company that collects and distributes excess food to people in need (3 million kilograms to date). He is convinced that peoples abilities and talents would play a bigger role in the modern world. Ralph wants to support internal reflection and encourage people to re-think the status quo. Key takeaway: with today’s over-production of food we could feed more than 14 billion.
Watching this documentary, the viewer will discover how Raphael und Marius manage to live without budget, what opportunities and difficulties they face and what we can learn from their experience.
Date: Sun, 24.04.2020, 5 pm
Meeting point: Zoom ID will be announced well in advance
Language: Multilingual event
(Registration starting on Fri., 17.04.2020, 12 noon; please click "Registration".)