The Soul of Money: Reclaiming the Wealth of Our Inner Resourcesby Lynne Twist, Teresa Barker
"An inspired, utterly fascinating book….A book for everyone who would like to make the world a better place."—Jane GoodallThis unique and fundamentally liberating book shows us that examining our attitudes toward money—earning it, spending it, and giving it away—can offer surprising insight into our lives, our values, and the essence of/p>
"An inspired, utterly fascinating book….A book for everyone who would like to make the world a better place."—Jane GoodallThis unique and fundamentally liberating book shows us that examining our attitudes toward money—earning it, spending it, and giving it away—can offer surprising insight into our lives, our values, and the essence of prosperity.
Lynne Twist, a global activist and fundraiser, has raised more than $150 million for charitable causes. Through personal stories and practical advice, she demonstrates how we can replace feelings of scarcity, guilt, and burden with experiences of sufficiency, freedom, and purpose. In this Nautilus Award-winning book, Twist shares from her own life, a journey illuminated by remarkable encounters with the richest and poorest, from the famous (Mother Teresa and the Dalai Lama) to the anonymous but unforgettable heroes of everyday life.
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Meet the Author
Lynne Twist is a global visionary committed to alleviating poverty and hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability. Founder of the Soul of Money Institute, she lives in San Francisco, California.
Teresa Barker is a journalist, consulting editor, and author. She lives with her family in Portland, Oregon.
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Unlike many books in a similar category, this one is not about the having or keeping of money.Surprisingly,Lynne Twist writes about our relationship with money and the very fundamental way in which this relationship shapes our view of life in general.Sometimes a tough message,this one may make a few squirm as Lynne reaches inside us and asks some questions that can alter your view of everthing.This book,while its title portends a look into money,turns out to be a look into one's self and the way we see the world.If you are drawn to self-relfection you will not be disappointed.