[VIDEO] Bob Keeton Interviews Charles Eisenstein

[VIDEO] Bob Keeton Interviews Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein – “Living in the Gift” from Bob Keeton on Vimeo.

“Author/lecturer, Charles Eisenstein presents a view of how life was and almost certainly will be again. In times past, we acknowledged acts of freely giving and receiving.

In today’s world, a focus on money rather than gifts has created an artificial change that is pulling us away from each other and even from the in-bred need to give our gifts as a natural part of life.

This talk, recorded live in Santa Fe, NM, was sponsored by the Santa Fe Time Bank and produced by Living Successfully, LLC.”

 

[AUDIO] KSFR: Living Juicy! with Rhea Goodman and Charles Eisenstein (Dec 2010)

[AUDIO] KSFR: Living Juicy! with Rhea Goodman and Charles Eisenstein (Dec 2010)

Rhea Goodman | Living Juicy!

Mondays @ 6:30pm, live from Santa Fe, NM

Rhea Goodman interviews Charles Eisenstein, Author of “Ascent of Humanity”

 

[AUDIO] KSFR: Living Juicy! with Rhea Goodman (Apr 2010)

[AUDIO] KSFR: Living Juicy! with Rhea Goodman (Apr 2010)

Rhea Goodman | Living Juicy!

Mondays @ 6:30pm, live from Santa Fe, NM

Rhea Goodman interviews Bob Keeton and Joy Rosenberg from the Santa Fe Time Bank in April 2010

 

[AUDIO] KSFR: Garden Food and Santa Fe with Bob Ross (Mar 2011)

[AUDIO] KSFR: Garden Food and Santa Fe with Bob Ross (Mar 2011)

Bob Ross | Garden Food and Santa Fe

Saturdays @ 10am, live from the SF Farmers Market

Bob Ross interviews Rhea Goodman and Juliana Coles from the Santa Fe Time Bank in March 2011

 

[AUDIO] KSFR: Garden Food and Santa Fe with Bob Ross (Jan 2010)

[AUDIO] KSFR: Garden Food and Santa Fe with Bob Ross (Jan 2010)

Bob Ross | Garden Food and Santa Fe

Saturdays @ 10am, live from the SF Farmers Market

Bob Ross interviews Adrianne McCurrach, Joy Rosenberg, and Deborah Fort from the Santa Fe Time Bank in January 2010

 

The New Mexican: Santa Fe Time Bank facilitates exchange of services in the community

The New Mexican: Santa Fe Time Bank facilitates exchange of services in the community

Santa Fe Time Bank facilitates exchange of services in the community

Staci Matlock | The New Mexican
Posted: Saturday, January 15, 2011 – 1/

“When Adrianne McCurrach and her husband had their twin boys just shy of a year ago, they didn’t have to worry about cooking meals for several days.

McCurrach, Santa Fe Time Bank coordinator, traded in some of her service hours for meals prepared by fellow time bank members. “It was amazing,” she said.

Time banks have been around for decades. But Santa Fe didn’t have an official one until January 2010 when McCurrach and two other women — Stella Osorojos and Deborah Fort — started one.” [ Read more  ]

…and from the photo gallery in the article:

Brooke March, left, has a business consultation Saturday with Genevieve Russell at Counter Culture in Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Time Bank, which has nearly 100 members including acupuncturists, handymen, dog walkers, gardeners and graphic designers, helps people in the community exchange services. – Natalie Guillén/The New Mexican

 

READ THE WHOLE STORY….

SantaFe.com: Santa Feans use time as currency

SantaFe.com: Santa Feans use time as currency

“Give an hour, get an hour”

Santa Fe Time Bank

Santa Feans use time as currency

“There’s really no reason not to join the Santa Fe Time Bank. At the risk of being too graphic, it functions a lot like a blood bank (except that no blood is actually required): You put your time in, and you draw out someone else’s time.

So here’s how it works: On a sliding scale from $10 to $50, you pay what you can to join the nonprofit organization. Then when you attend the first monthly meeting to see what it’s all about, you automatically get two hours of “time dollars” (and more if you bring food for the potluck) [  ]”

Read the whole story here…

[VIDEO] Fixing the Future (PBS)

[VIDEO] Fixing the Future (PBS)

In a one-hour PBS special, Host David Brancaccio visits communities across America using innovative approaches to create jobs and build prosperity in our new economy.

The Time Bank featured here, Hours Exchange Portland, is the time bank that hosted the training that we attended in Sept of 2010 and who is training us to be trainers.

http://video.pbs.org/videoPlayerInfo/1650808108/

Watch Fixing the Future on PBS. See more from NOW on PBS.