What if?

What if you, I, and the rest of humanity did not have to expend the vast majority of our life energy just to…

  • …feed ourselves

  • …clench our thirsts

  • …clothe ourselves

  • …put roof over our heads

  • …generate energy for our stuff

  • …stay safe from criminals inside and outside of the state apparatus

Imagine if you and every one in your family only had to spend one or two hours per day to provide for your basic needs.

Where time and Mother Nature together does most of the work for free, in a totally decentralized, resilient, and self-sufficient way.

Where we as individuals have risen above the primitive 9-5 struggle for survival that the current “modern” civilization is built upon.

This is the future I see for humanity.

It’s the next level, and it’s where I’m heading.

And this is not some pipe dream or utopia, because all the knowledge needed to build a life like that is available right now. A few brave individuals are already applying this knowledge and are showing the way.

More on this later, but in the meantime I’d love to hear your answer to this question:

What would you do with all that extra time if money was no object?

Author: Daniel Sjöberg

Daniel är en entreprenör, skogsman och friboren bonde på en egen liten gård i Norrland. Intar stora mängder svart kaffe.

3 thoughts on “What if?”

  1. Awesome post Dan, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

    What would I do? Become a master at freediving, and teach others how to do it.

    -S

  2. I feel like money is the focus because the amount one has of it truly represents the level of freedom one has. There is a continuum in which those at the bottom are slaves and those with the most are free even from governments. So most of our lives is really spent in an attempt to earn our freedom in the way that is most meaningful to us.

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