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Attaching value to things is powerful. Price is information we use to make decisions.

Love this.

First, I must declare that I'm a water hoarder. We've had a 10 year drought and now harvest our rain. We're pretty much self sufficient. We've even have a waterless tiolet.

But my point is about having a relationship with the concepts that really matter. There are concepts like water which we don't give a great deal of thought to.

Its generally too late to strike up a meaningful internal conversation on these things by the time its obvious just how important they are ( time and death are two other concepts that fall into this category).

If you've not done it. Next time it rains capture a glass and dr/think.

Always a pleasure


I heard this interview yesterday and it really piqued my interest. Your post puts it even more into perspective. I was struck by how wasteful we - an entire society - is with such a precious resource. It's a powerful argument to say that once people pay for something, they use it more thoughtfully. I hope we continue to talk about this and come up with solutions before we are in the place we are now with petroleum dependence!

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