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Ohne Geld bis ans Ende der Welt - To the end of the world without having money

“When I was young I thought that money was the most important thing in life; now that I am old I know that it is.” This is a famous quote of Oscar Wilde.

He is right in some ways. Money is an important thing in our life. Having a lot of money means that you can do whatever you want. Having only $2 a day it is hard to do what you want to do.

But I saw an interesting doc**entation on the German TV channel “ZDF”. It was called: “Ohne Geld bis ans Ende der Welt.” In English: “To the end of the world without having money”.

In this doc**entation, Michael Wigge, the reporter tries to go from Germany to the Antarctica without having money. Here is the link to the doc**entation: http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/interaktiv/1056148/Ohne-Geld....

He tried everything to reach the Antarctica. Sometimes he got a job, sometimes he met people where he could sleep or sometimes he had to eat old food. But in the end he succeeded and reached his goal. It was a hard time for him but also a good time. He met people who were very helpful. In Germany you hardly invite someone to your home that you do not know. But in other countries it is normal.

Without having money you will get to know other countries much better than just going through it in a car or bus. Nevertheless your feeling for money will change and you will notice how important money is in our life.

I think that this experiment will not change the world but if you will try it on your own it will be the biggest change for your own world.

In my opinion the biggest impact how we use our money will be the electric cash. It simplifies a lot and you can buy things all over the world. But it also has its risks. When you lose your card it can be dangerous. Nevertheless I think that it also has an impact on our spendings. With a card you buy a lot more things without having the control over your money.

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Comment by Benjamin Maag on April 30, 2011 at 8:53am
I really enjoyed watching the doc**entation. Great idea to post it here!

Some similar is that guy here. He tries to survive without money for the next decades. Crazy and a little bit admirable!
Comment by Hannah on April 30, 2011 at 11:57am
Thank you for the link. It is a very interesting website. This guy is really fascinating and has a lot of courage. It would be an adventure to travel with him for a while!
Comment by Raphael Schnurr on May 4, 2011 at 10:03am
Very exciting doc**entation. Thanks for posting! I like it.

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