A New Story of the People

The old story of our culture is losing its meaning for more and more people. Perhaps almost everyone can feel it these days. But a new story is emerging too - one that recognizes some long forgotten truths about who we are and our relationship to the world.

The speaker is Charles Eisenstein (author of 'The Ascent of Humanity' and 'Sacred Economics').

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