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Wealth Virtues Journal: September 14, 2010

Poor Richard Web Press Donates over 10% to First Book to Help Fight Illiteracy


Filed under: Wealth Virtues — Tags: , — James Ward @ 11:03 pm
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First Book provides new books to children in need addressing one of the most important factors affecting literacy – access to books.


Wealth Virtues Journal: May 27, 2010

Frugality Does Not Mean Doing Without


Filed under: Wealth Virtues — Tags: — James Ward @ 8:00 pm
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People often think that frugality means “doing without” and to deny the pleasurable things in life. Rather we need to look at it as a means of appreciating what we have, and to make the best use of our resources to accomplish goals we set for ourselves.


Wealth Virtues Journal: April 13, 2010

A Literary Critique of Wealth Virtues


Filed under: Wealth Virtues — Tags: , , — James Ward @ 5:44 am
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This author is so down to earth in his explanations of building wealth. It makes sense. The strategies don’t offer paths to “miracles”, but actual methods by which you achieve comfort in living standards and retirement. That is why I believe this book is far more useful than those who offer dreams and wild imaginations, but not real methods of arriving at the position in life one desires to be in.


Wealth Virtues Journal: December 9, 2009

The Value of Contemplation During the Holidays


Filed under: Wealth Virtues — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — James Ward @ 5:21 pm
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Whether you are in a culture that celebrates Christmas, Hanukkah, the New Year, or any combination, the common spirit is one of reevaluation, redemption, renewal, and rededication. How can we use this to our advantage and to the benefit of others?


 
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