A Tale of Two Cities — Ecosynomically — A Reader’s Version

A reader of Ecosynomics: The Science of Abundance, my uncle Robert Dunham, wrote a rhyming story about how two different cities approached growth in desolate terrain, titled “An Abundant Yield (Where Nothing Would Grow).”  He agreed to let me share it with you. You can download it by clicking here.

If this story inspires you, please share your own artistic expressions of the Ecosynomics principles of abundance.

2 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Cities — Ecosynomically — A Reader’s Version

  1. Great story. I am also working on a story with a like-minded perspective. I am working with Jef Judin’™s son Nicholas who is an aspiring author in NY. I have read some of his work and I believe he has an extraordinary gift. I will share with you as I receive from him for your input if you have the time and interest.


  2. What a great story! Thank you for sharing. It was great to experience the emotional learning I had when reading it. It entered much deeper than reading a normal case study. I especially liked the description of “inviting and holding the different voice/ gifts”. Thank you!


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