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*[https://pendlehill.org/product/money-soul/ Pamela Haines is the author of "Money and Soul"]
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*[https://pendlehill.org/product/money-soul/ Pamela Haines is the author of "'''Money and Soul'''"]
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::'''Money and Soul''' explores our troubled relationship with money, with finance, and with the economic system in which we are all entangled. It invites readers to consider how childhood experiences with money can shape attitudes, and how attention to individual conscience and shared Quaker values can illuminate big finance and economics questions that lie in the shadows, but cry out for more light.
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*[https://pendlehill.org/product/waging-peace-discipline-practice/ Pamela Haines is also the author of "'''Waging Peace: Discipline and Practice'''"]
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::In a world of conflict, Pamela Haines calls for the development of skills to wage peace and an “army of nonviolent warriors.”
  
::Money and Soul explores our troubled relationship with money, with finance, and with the economic system in which we are all entangled. It invites readers to consider how childhood experiences with money can shape attitudes, and how attention to individual conscience and shared Quaker values can illuminate big finance and economics questions that lie in the shadows, but cry out for more light.
 
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Latest revision as of 21:36, 1 August 2020

 http://pamelalivinginthisworld.blogspot.com/


Living in this World is a monthly post by Pamela Haines, including: a reflection on one aspect of the joys and challenges of being alive at this time in history; a poem; a brief highlight of an aspect of a new economy that is emerging in the world; mention of several hopeful developments; and a list of resources.

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Money and Soul explores our troubled relationship with money, with finance, and with the economic system in which we are all entangled. It invites readers to consider how childhood experiences with money can shape attitudes, and how attention to individual conscience and shared Quaker values can illuminate big finance and economics questions that lie in the shadows, but cry out for more light.
In a world of conflict, Pamela Haines calls for the development of skills to wage peace and an “army of nonviolent warriors.”