钱从哪个地方来

世界上大致没有不用钱的人,金钱如水流向四面八方,它的影响力没有国界。无论多少,它流经我们的时候,大家得以把握接下去的流向。金钱之流能够承接大家的爱与享受,也足以承接大家的恨与操纵欲,那正是干什么金钱是绝佳的自小编达成工具。

一句话归纳:当我们倍感“丰硕了”,大家就不再沉迷于枯竭心态而盲目积累金钱物质,我们会用金钱表明爱、完成人生最高可以,会高兴满意,大势所趋地从头大快朵颐。

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Lynne Twist

小编:Lynne
Twist,一人全球性的慈祥活动家,担任全世界性NGO大型安排带头人近四十年,地球阿妈缔盟(The
Patchamama Alliance)合营创办人,个人网站Soul of Money
Institute
。活动的显要目的是:终结世界饔飧不继;爱戴雨林;改革女性健康、经济与法律和政治境况;增加对人类意识的科学性掌握。因为在全球筹款和进行项目,对金钱关系有了深厚的询问。她从事于支持人们再一次清理与金钱的关系,认清本身的心坎,重拾更健康、更自在的生存。

版本:Publisher:W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (14 Mar. 2017)

A world where we live in the context and truth of sufficiency and
respect for enough, exactly enough for everyone everywhere; a world
that works for everyone
, with no one and nothing left out; a world
where solidarity replaces charity, and a world where the dream is a
dream not for some at the expense of others, but a dream for all; a
world where the intelligent and benevolent “force” of Nature is the
force that we respect and align with; a world where the love of
money is replaced by the use of money as an expression of love
.


广大并非丰足

“诺Bell管管理学奖”今年第三遍颁给与心绪学结合的表现经济专家。想到以前主流艺术学若是“全体人都以追求利益最大化”已经起来稳步动摇瓦解了。“最大化”难道不是殖民、掠夺、战争、疯狂购物、滥用的诱因吗?背后的逻辑正是假若不尽力占有愈多,本身就会是得不到充裕能源的尤其人。能源丰硕各类人民代表大会饱眼福,却不帮忙每一个人滥用。假诺大家都追求越来越多越好,那真会有人贫乏能源,不可能符合规律生活。

与其追求“最大化”,不如追求”刚好”,多余的用来分享。在与钱财的涉及上,看清这么些金钱文化的迷思,不再对金钱感到紧张。安全感并非来自拥有越来越多,而是在乎体会、谢谢大家实在的财富–大家的时刻精力技能、我们的妻儿、大家的知心朋友、大家的物料、大家的公共能源。当你发现本人其实有着这么多价值与财富。当大家不再害怕、自卑,那个能量都释放出来,流向实现理想,流向分享合营。享用不会让您确实财富越来越少,反而会加剧富足感,让你的财物不停传递下去。

Everything ultimately was about caring for one another. Everything
ultimately was about collaborating, partnering, and ensuring that
everyone had a chance. In this connection and caring, these women not
only survived, but experienced their true wealth. 


有钱不必然有精美的资财关系

小编和男士属于富裕阶级。正因为有过多钱,在和谐的社交圈里,必须不断升高衣裳、酒、车、房、艺术品、度假地点等一体能在在外人面前显示本人身份的东西,多个男女也多数是由女佣照顾,陷入追求越来越多的迷障。

用作3个满世界筹款人,小编还常与全球形形色色的有钱人打交道,意外发现,他们存在重重枢纽:有人认为本身是特权阶层,把团结隔开开来,丧失了与人一连的重重空子;有人周围的同学都归因于她有钱为此疏远他;有人因为金钱纠纷导致原先应该密切的家中涉及不和;有人用金钱数量定义本身,深深恐惧失去金钱,为了留住金钱,就算剥削控制旁人也再所不惜;也有人因为要一连多量的钱财,不明白怎么有权利地使用,怕人家由此选拔她,感到特别无力崩溃。

Where money defines life and character, the fear of losing it is often
profound. People behave defensively and even desperately to hold on to
the money, to get more and more of it, and use what they have as a
carrier for their own need to control others.The vicious circle of
money
—Money alone does not guarantee a fulfilling life, and
excessive amounts of money more often become an obstacle to it.


公共利益是同样互助

伟德国际1946手机版下载,固然强调重视“受助人”,我们兴许依旧觉得捐款正是单向地献爱心。其实不然,帮衬人与受助人是手拉手朝共同的愿景努力的同台人-帮衬人提供本身不恐怕消耗的结余物质和金钱能源,受助人提供成立力、技能、实际操作,二者平等互助,双方的精神能源都取得了进步。

“If you are coming to help me, you are wasting your time,” an
indigenous saying goes, “but if you are coming because your liberation
is bound up with mine, then let us work together.”

书中举了众多事例,尤其是小编初期的一遍筹款经历。二个巨型食物公司出现公共关系风险,想用给”消除饥饿项目“援助挽回形象。小编来到集团经理的办公,讲了1四分钟项目景况,总经理完全没有相互调换的欲念,不耐烦地听完后,写了一张大额支票给了作者。小编惴惴不安,但是要赶飞机去下一个筹款会,就收下离开了。下三个筹款会是在一个不宽裕的社区,小编讲完后,叁个黄种人民代表大会嫂站起来,带头把本身给外人洗衣裳赚的钱捐献赠送给”消除饥饿项目“,自身纵然并未过多钱,但是认可项指标对象,愿意花钱在上头。在场芸芸众生的捐款,远远低于那张支票的数目,却是因为真心认可,想要参加完成解决饥饿的愿景。小编一语中的,即使项目先前时代很需求捐助,依然把支票寄回,除了谢谢老板,还附言能够把那几个钱用在给协调的确认可的地方。神奇的是,过了几年那位总监已经退休了,他回过头来仔细询问了”消除饥饿项目“,发现自身真的很承认,从自个儿的财产里面捐了一大笔钱给这么些类型。是还是不是接受接济,取决于接济人是还是不是真的肯定,而非有哪些其他目标。

从塞内加尔荒漠到全世界最佳集团,小编从女性视角关心全世界的女性。她为塞内加尔的女性赋权,让他们能用自个儿的知识给1捌个村子带来难得的水能源。她给世界最具有的一对女老董带来了反思的机遇,让多个部落能够接连在一块。高官们打破不断追求晋升、工作的忧患,停下来欣赏本身的才干、本人的集团、本人在办事和家中生活中的美好收获。之后的一年里,她们有的退休做别的交事务;有的进入了小卖部的仁义基金会;有的照旧过着原来的生活,可是动静是从焦虑和竞争到谢谢和满意。

正因为一心承认自身的行事,大家会愈加持久、持之以恒。就如小编在境遇标题,觉得项近年来景不明的时候,没有退却而而是问了祥和以下多少个难题:

Who do I need to be to fulfill on the commitment I’ve made? 

What kind of human being do I need to forge myself into to make this
happen? 

What resources do I need to be willing to bring to bear in myself and
my colleagues and in my world?


足足了,摆脱“不够心态”(Scarcity)

“不够“心思:钱不够多、时间不够用、身材不够美、衣裳不够穿、职位相当的矮、影响力不够大。深夜起来,想着休息不够,早上睡觉,想着后天事做得不够。大家列新年布置、列行动清单、列人生指标很多,却很少编写已有东西清单。其实身边的人居多都很富饶,”断舍离“、”极简生活“、”怦怦直跳的整理法“那类帮大家对付多余的好措施展才能使大家收益良多。“You
or
I”的宇宙观让我们不自觉地接受了要生活就非得获得越多,要是人家拿走更加多,大家就会收获更少,看到身边人的形成不免眼红。世界完全是足以“you
and I”,身边人的做到表示ta可以大饱眼福越来越多了。

Let go of a lifetime of scarcity’s lessons and lies.Rather than
scarcity’s myths that tell us that the only way to perceive the world
is there’s not enough, more is better, and that’s just the way it
is
, the truth of sufficiency asserts that there is enough for
everyone
. Knowing that there is enough inspires sharing,
collaboration, and contribution
.

成人(Growth)并不是获取更加多,而是加深与当下全方位人事物的连天,增强欣赏能力,开发敏锐的感官。笔者看完《怦怦直跳的整理法》后,仔细抚平折叠一件服装,才察觉衣裳剪裁的底细,服装真实的形状,衣裳原料的材质,一些下武术的小设计,让小编愈加爱抚那件时装。大自然是我们最好的园丁。大自然里的能源是零星的,但也是十足的,比如日光、比如水,不多不少,万物长到它们应有的指南,就是大家需求的平衡。

找到二个使自个儿感到方便的自然状态,把心停留在那边,用自个儿金钱实现作者吧。

最后,笔者对大家平日生活的期许:

I challenge you to use your money, every dollar, every penny, every
purchase, every stock and every bond, to voice this transformation. I
challenge you to use the money that flows through your life—and it
does flow through all of our lives—to express the truth and context of
sufficiency. I challenge you to move the resources that flow through
your life toward your highest commitments and ideals, those things you
stand for. I challenge you to hold money as a common trust that we’re
all responsible for using in ways that nurture and empower us, and all
life, our planet, and all future generations. I challenge you to imbue
your money with soul—your soul—and let it stand for who you are.

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2017版封面


金句及文化链接

“To be known for what you allocate, not what you accumulate.”

”Make a living, not a dying or killing”

“‘You and me ‘ world, not ‘you or me’ world“

“Now, I ain’t got no checkbook and I ain’t got no credit cards. To me,
money is a lot like water. For some folks it rushes through their life
like a raging river. Money comes through my life like a little
trickle. But I want to pass it on in a way that does the most good for
the most folks. I see that as my right and as my responsibility. It’s
also my joy. I have fifty dollars in my purse that I earned from doing
a white woman’s wash and I want to give it to you.”

The job of our time is to hospice the death of the old unsustainable
systems and structures and to midwife the birth of new sustainable
systems and new ways of being.



Bernard Lietaer, Of Human Wealth, says that greed and fear of
scarcity are programmed; they do not exist in nature, not even in
human nature. They are built into the money system in which we swim,
and we’ve been swimming in it so long that these shadows have become
almost completely transparent to us. We have learned to consider them
normal and legitimate behavior. 

He concludes that Adam Smith’s system of economics could more
accurately be described as the allocation of scarce resources through
the process of individual greed. The whole process of Smith’s “modern”
economics actually has its roots in primitive fears of scarcity,
greed, and the implementation tool—the process by which this became
real—was money.

Vicki Robin, in Your Money or Your Life, writes about people who,
instead of making a living at their work, more accurately “make a
dying,” or, in some cases, make a killing.

Buckminster
Fuller
We
could move from a you-or-me world—a world where either you or I make
it, and where we need to compete and fight to see who wins—to a
you-and-me world, where all of us can make it.

“Remember, your children are your elders in universe time. They have
come into a more complete, more evolved universe than you or I can
know. We can only see that universe through their eyes.”

Riane
Eisler
The
Chalice and the Blade
: Our History, Our Future. She described what
she calls the dominator model of action in which men and traditional
masculine principles prevail, and the differences between that and
what she calls the partnership model characterized by more feminine
principles of collaboration and partnership.

Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation

The great environmentalist Dana Meadows said that one of the most
fundamental laws of the earth is the law of enough.Everything born of
the earth grows to its appropriate size and then stops. The planet
does not get bigger, it gets better. Its creatures learn, mature,
diversify, evolve, create amazing beauty and novelty and complexity,
but live within absolute limits.”

Anne Morrow Lindbergh understood the exquisite distinction of
enough when she wrote, in her book Gift from the Sea: One cannot
collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a
few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.

Mother Teresa never kept any cash reserves. When I visited her at
her orphanage in India, I asked her if she had any advice about
fund-raising. She replied that her method of fund-raising was to pray,
and that God had always provided what she needed, never more, never
less.Most of us can’t imagine living in that way and I’m not even
suggesting it, but the knowledge that Mother Teresa operated a
successful multimillion-dollar operation just that way, makes you
think anew about money and flow.

Joan Holmes, president of The Hunger Project, challenged
contributors “to be known for what you allocate, not what you
accumulate.”

David L. Cooperrider, Diana Whitney, and their team of researchers
and consultants in the field of organizational theory and human
development introduced the concept of “appreciative inquiry” as a
formal model for change. In their book, Appreciative Inquiry:
Rethinking Human Organization Toward a Positive Theory of Change
,
they suggest we shift our frame of reference from one of “problem
solving” to one that seeks to identify the sources available in any
collection of people for inspiring, mobilizing, and sustaining
positive change
.

“Organizations, as centers of human relatedness, are ‘alive’ with
infinite constructive capacity”?Look for what’s working instead of
what’s not
, they say, and “instead of negation, criticism, and
spiraling diagnosis, there is discovery, dream, and design.”

To quote the visionary ontological thinker Werner Erhard,
“Transformation does not negate what has gone before; rather, it
fulfills it. Creating the context of a world that works for everyone
is not just another step forward in human history; it is the context
out of which our history will begin to make sense.”

Teilhard de Chardin: “We are not human beings having a spiritual
experience, but spiritual beings having a human experience.”

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