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Neal Gorenflo: “Donating to the P2P Foundation is a no brainer”

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18th December 2012

Neal Gorenflo of Shareable on why he has donated to the P2P Foundation:

“Donating to the P2P Foundation is a no brainer. Do it. I just did. The explanatory power of their research and writing is unmatched. They’ve helped me make sense of what’s emerging, and they do that for millions of people. They show the way out of a planet and soul destroying economic system, and into something much more resilient, joyful, and alive.”

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