In the practice there is a fundamental distinction between two modes of thought. These modes are revealed to us by practicing. We can not see them in our ordinary life without constant practice, because we are predomintly trained into one and not the other. This training is based on capitalism, or the erradication of personal freedom and the theory of economic growth and accumulation. This growth requires workers who have no proper, higher, or conscious sense of personal dilligence, principles, or standards.Think the practice and the economy are not intimately interrelated, think again.