June 1, 2012 | Profiles
The Man Who Quit Money
In 2000, Daniel Suelo left his life savings, just $30, in a phone booth in Moab and walked away. Twelve years later, he enjoys an apparently full and sane life without money, credit, barter or government hand-outs, fulfilling a vision of the good life inspired by his spiritual guides: Jesus, Buddha and wandering Hindu monks. The writer Mark Sundeen has written a book that traces the path and the singular idea that led Suelo to his extreme lifestyle, and he joins Doug on Friday. (Rebroadcast)
- Visit Daniel Suelo's blog.
- Learn more about Mark Sundeen's book.
- Check out a short video about Daniel Suelo.
Books and music from today's RadioWest:
- The Man Who Quit Money by Mark Sundeen
- "Little Meggie" by Daniel Gulezian
- "Jubilation Day" by Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers
- "The Inlaw Josie Wales" by Phish