The revenge of the material economy

I am the son of a mom-and-pop business. My father was a tailor, and my mother worked with him and did the books. There were never more than 4 employees at my father’s heyday. It’s the quintessential small business. I grew up with a healthy distrust of banks, insurance, and the entire financial sector. My father even told me that money was not real – it was a figment of our imagination. Only things and services are real. Maybe a leftover from his WW2 survivor instincts. Our world is a giant figment of the imagination and we take it for real. But we are in for a true reset – a reset towards the real. In a sense, the film The Matrix was prescient. 

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