"What barrier is there that love cannot break?"
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Pay it Forward
A core principle of Lovonya is Pay it Forward. Have you received abundant blessings in your life?
As we begin reconsidering the systems we have created as a collective, we are realizing that they serve a tiny fraction of us while exploiting the vast majority of humanity. The current paradigm is not sustainable, nor does it serve us as a collective. Reimagining exchange in the context of human history highlights the wide variety of options available to us, from barter to communal production and sharing to gift economy. Based on our research, the highest expression of human abundance lies in the adoption of a gift economy, where the burden to pay forward a gift received is carried by the recipient.