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Very inspiring and btaeuiful series of articles about scarcity vs sufficiency.Scarcity is myth, an illusion; there's plenty for everyone living on this planet.I particularly liked Twist's metaphor of money. It doesn't belong to us, it flows through us and through the world, and our responsibility is to ensure that it reaches the world in a way that nurtures the most people, and the highest purpose.It's unfortunate that the influence of capitalism, industrialism, secularism and rationalism has reduced most of us to material-driven beings .Appreciating what we have and collaborating with others are keys to prosperity. The ability to use these keys is drawn from a sense of fulfillment that brings contentment in the lives of those who are living out their life's purposes.Thank you so much Coach Brad.

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