“The state of interbeing is a vulnerable state. It is the vulnerability of the naive altruist, of the trusting lover, of the unguarded sharer. To enter it, one must leave behind the seeming shelter of a control-based life, protected by walls of cynicism, judgment, and blame.”
― Charles Eisenstein

We are but a part of nature. 

I believe the more like nature we can be, the more we'll BE.

In nature, every being takes what it needs and gives what it can - without being told or asked. I'm simply trying to ape nature.

When we contribute, it should expand our being - literally, in the physical body you'll feel a sense of expansiveness when you contribute from the heart. Such is the contribution I hope to make & receive.

Each of my offerings have a range of contribution, based on my sense of my needs in the conventional world, that you can choose to make to my being. The minimum contribution in the range is to try and meet all who may want to access this space. You are free to contribute within &/ out of the range based on your current contribution capacity.

At times some people may find some discomfort not knowing a 'fixed price'. Here's a suggested food for thought question - 'How much do I spend on anything that's beyond my basics needs, in a day/ week/ month, for e.g., entertainment &/ leisure activities?' The answer to this might help you decide your capacity &/ choices.

Just like in nature there isn't necessarily an immediate give & take, similarly, in my life I want to practice this law - if your current capacity doesn't allow you to contribute in the moment, while your need exists, please fill in this Alternative Form, and we'll look at how we can make it work.

Similarly, in nature, the give & take doesn't have to be linear - A gives B, B gives A. It can be - A gives B, B gives C, C gives D, H gives A.

Again, a law I wish to practice - if you find meaning in the work I do, & would want to support someone who is lacking in financial capital, you may fill in the Support Form.

NO ONE will be turned away due to momentarily being unable to contribute in the very limited form of capital we are used to operating in.

“When everything is subject to money, then the scarcity of money makes everything scarce, including the basis of human life and happiness. Such is the life of the slave—one whose actions are compelled by threat to survival. Perhaps the deepest indication of our slavery is the monetization of time.”
― Charles Eisenstein

I hope to live & promote a life free of such slavery, inculcating an awareness of interbeing, interdependence, & nourishing one other.