Ubuntu: A World Without Money — Contributionism as the New Path to Unity within Community

Friday, September 15, 7 – 9 pm,

With Mark Ruocco, MS.

Have you ever thought about what your life would be like if you did not have to spend your waking life chasing after money in order to survive?  What if money was no longer an obstacle to doing what you desire?  A new social structure is being introduced to the earth, which is rooted in indigenous principles but is compatible with the modern world in which we live today. It is called Contributionism, derived from the term Ubuntu which came into being thousands of years ago in southern Africa. Contributionism invites us onto a path forward to restore community, make space for spiritual growth, heal our hearts, heal the land and bring people together to solve problems in a completely different way. Come find out more about this amazing plan and how Colorado can help lead the way.

General Public $10, Caritas Members $5

Mark Ruocco, M.S. arrived in Boulder, CO in 2004 fresh out of grad school, drawn to explore climbing and mountaineering instead of life on the corporate conveyor belt. Gradually, reaching for higher ground became less a priority than spiritual growth. This included a passionate desire to see the ills of our civilization transmuted into higher consciousness, community, connection, love. The overwhelming desire to heal our culture, our minds, our hearts, our land and create freedom for everyone to thrive—drove years of frustration and confusion about how this could ever be achieved on the scale necessary to bring about lasting change. The introduction of Contributionism as a way of healing our entire planet has completely upended his life and mission in a beautiful way.

At The Caritas Center * 5723 Arapahoe Avenue * Boulder, CO 80303

 


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