The Copper pot Meditation
Valentina Solfrini

This is beautiful! I am creating a proposal to teach a high school course in Caring Economics, and this has been on my mind. The course is based on Raine Eisler’s book The Real Wealth of Nations, which promotes shifting how our country’s economy values production and profit to include caring (care giving roles as valued rather than ignored, etc.). I also wanted to include basic personal economics, and how students can use their own finances to better enhance their life by focusing on what they truly value. If students learn this before they go out into the world, they will have a greater advantage to help them build the life they want.

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