Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Yesterday alone, we lost 70,000 jobs in the US. These are dark times. One of the lessons for me is to give up loving stuff and doing more loving of stuff that loves me back.

Love your iPod? Would you love a new Prius?

How about loving something that loves you back? Stuff doesn't do that.

How about doing something other than be entertained and amused?
85% of North American households didn't buy a nonfiction book in 2007--and 90 percent of those who did didn't read it. But our TVs run an average of six hours a day.

"I've never met one massively high achiever who has time to sit infront of the plug-in drug," writes James Ray, author of Harmonic Wealth, The Secret of Attracting the Life You Want.

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