Economics is a tricky business. But, it’s more than just science that loops graphs, terms, markets, and supply and demand altogether. It’s a science that creates ideas in response to the needs of times. Capitalism grew out of the industrial revolution. Keynesianism was a cry to the Great Depression. Communism was an answer opposite of capitalism. Today mixed economies run the world: a dash of free-markets, a pinch of government intervention, and a heapful of citizen participation. But there’s a new entrée to the great hall of the sons of economics: The Spiritual Busyness model.