I will find the name, but there are a number of tribes from Africa as well as some rain forest tribes show language has no scene of possession. There is no sense of possessions or "what is mine" and no formal ownership or reward for work carried out.
A hut will be built because a hut needs to be built, by those who are available to build it. People will hunt and collect food because food needs to be collected.
Food is shared with the others in the tribe, not exchanged for other items. Stealing is also unknown as with out ownership there is nothing to steal.
I must find the documentary it was a few years back now, one thing you noticed was that every one was equal, every one did there part for the tribe. And most surprisingly no one took advantage of the system, and it was not an easy living, with most of the year the tribe surviving on very little. But what was clear that was when you forgo possessions and every one concentrates on the good of the community, you don't need any kind of monetary system, it becomes defunct.
Money is a virtual man made thing, it has no sustenance out side of mankind. It is a meaningless idea, that we invented and now need it for the type of society we chose to live in. We need it because we are in competition with others. Because in our society we believe that to have more is to be better, to be above others is to succeed.
Competition is a necessaries part of the development of any species, finite resources drove it in the past and now money is simply a continuation of this.
But that does not follow that money is a mark of success.
For every rich person who has had a "successful life" I can name a poor one.