“Commons” comes from “munus” in Latin, which means both “gift” and “duty”

Etymologically, “Commons” comes from the latin munus, which means both “gift” and “duty”. From this definition we find a wholly different way of relating and caring for the gifts of nature and our cultural heritageOur responsibility as part of nature and as people who care for our common home, is to take care of our gifts. What gifts do you see or sense? What do you feel are your responsibilities? These are major reflections which cannot be rushed.

New movements or classes and their practices precede the social revolutions which make them more powerful, and their practices more dominant.

Most of us have simply never learned ways of creating and distributing value together

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