The book, Your Money Or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship With Money, first published in 1993, may today be more relevant than ever.
Advocating financial security through a prudent and environmentally friendly way of life, as Publishers Weekly's review begins, this time of pandemic pandemonium, and the economic consequences, reveals core weaknesses in our current paradigm of Globalization.
Politics and punditry aside, this is a wake up call unheralded and unprecedented in scope and magnitude. An amalgamation of the 1918 pandemic, the 1929 economic crash, and the Dust Bowl, (along with two world wars that my parents and grand parents endured sequentially), occurring simultaneously.
Taking sides regarding staying in for your health, or going out for the money, is a Sophie's Choice conundrum, irreconcilable using the same level of consciousness that led us to this crossroads in human history.
A recent conversation with my grandson gave me hope for his generation, and beyond. Our perspective and opinions differ in many ways, yet we were able to bridge the generational, political, and social divide between us in a manner many families cannot find a safe route across.
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I wish you abundant health and security in these perilous times.
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