What if you had a life that required no money? If everything was a communal existence, with the structured currency being love and interdependence? That is where this book starts, and Lynne Twist writes a great book that infuses stories with personal examination. Her chapters on scarcity and sufficiency dig into that concept of “enough” — so even if you aren’t interested in your relationship with money, think about how you wake up — is there enough (rest, time, work, activity, friends, etc.) or is there lack?  What if scarcity wasn’t your underlying assumption? It’s a great book if you are looking at your deeply held beliefs, including those around money, and I will send you my copy if you email me with your mailing address.

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