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Most of us persistently participate in the money chase believing that we must have money to buy the things we need and want. However, we need to ask ourselves several questions: What is the cost of money? How much of what we earn does the government demand that we give to them to pay for their programs and their bureaucracy? How much of our life do we work for the governme Most of us persistently participate in the money chase believing that we must have money to buy the things we need and want. However, we need to ask ourselves several questions: What is the cost of money? How much of what we earn does the government demand that we give to them to pay for their programs and their bureaucracy? How much of our life do we work for the government? How effective is business in convincing us to buy those things that they want to sell us? How many of our needs and wants are really our own, or are they implanted and cultivated by clever marketers? And finally, what is the good life?


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Most of us persistently participate in the money chase believing that we must have money to buy the things we need and want. However, we need to ask ourselves several questions: What is the cost of money? How much of what we earn does the government demand that we give to them to pay for their programs and their bureaucracy? How much of our life do we work for the governme Most of us persistently participate in the money chase believing that we must have money to buy the things we need and want. However, we need to ask ourselves several questions: What is the cost of money? How much of what we earn does the government demand that we give to them to pay for their programs and their bureaucracy? How much of our life do we work for the government? How effective is business in convincing us to buy those things that they want to sell us? How many of our needs and wants are really our own, or are they implanted and cultivated by clever marketers? And finally, what is the good life?

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    This book was a Goodreads giveaway that I finished reading recently. Very interesting concept of being dependent on government or others for our needs when we should be more self sufficient which in turn provides us with more freedom. Money spent on government subsidy programs in order to spread the wealth was an eye opener.

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