Thank you for this essay, laying it all out.
Vice-Queen Maria
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Yes, thanks and I agree. But the world where no one has time for anything and everyone is busy, is the here and now. We have to deal with it, and first design ways to make us less busy, spend less time buying things or thinking about them. I see it almost like a detox, but that cannot happen through morals and lessons, rather better alternatives for consumers. Then, hopefully it unlocks time and attention for the more essential things in our lives, experiences and relationships.

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