If you draw a big circle, and call it "the market," and in that circle you put social organizing funded by a few rich people, PACs, triple bottom line businesses, government iself, and toss in nonprofits too, including houses of worship and colleges, and all of arts and letters, then you have either an ignorant, poorly educated, crass person's error in mapping our shared life together, or an accurate picture of how things are today: Wealth Bondage. The alternative set of circles starts with the holy spirit, or whatever serves as the eternal womb or ground of being in which swim the earth, moon and stars, and, upon the earth, among those creatures who creep and crawl, the half-evolved beast we call human. That creature organizes into families, tribes, companies, networks, clubs, hierarchies, traditions, PACs, cliques, parties, gangs, armies, countries, cults, brand followers, owners, investors, consumers, managers, and the abandond and disenfranchised, all of whose efforts collectively fill the first circle, of the market broadly understood where all exists to be built, managed, sold, patented, surveyed, fenced, metered, consumed as product or service, and ultimately discarded as waste. When the holy spirit moves, the world of the first well-managed circle becomes as "indistinct as water is in water," (from Antony's suicide speech in "Antony and Cleopatra"). The holy spirit, however, is not the only spirit whose face moves upon the waters. What spirit limned the first circle above and holds it steady as if real?