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Weekend Reading | Saturday, January 15, 2022

Featured Articles: Good Writing From Around The Web

Give Your Money. Give Your Time. Don’t Tell Anyone.

It was Maimonedes, with the council of Aristotle, who suggested that private giving was superior. Whether you share your giving or keep it anonymous, a regular practice of giving (your time and money) boosts your happiness and satisfaction with life.

Global Wealth Inequality: The Rise of Multimillionaires

Check out the World Inequality Report from WIF (The World Inequality Database). There is a lot here, but start with Chapter 4 – The Rise of Multimillionaires.

The Desert Within

“Contemplation is about learning to see, learning to behold the deepest, most encompassing reality.” Enjoy this lovely, wide-ranging interview with a Christian contemplative.

100 Ways to Slightly Improve Your Life Without Really Trying

From the silly, to the simple, to the sublime… here are 100 ways to improve your life without really trying.

Cathie Wood’s Rollercoaster Performance Offers A Familiar Lesson About Volatility

A cautionary tale: If you would be a successful investor, you must keep yourself from making this all-too-human mistake. You must not chase the hot dot.


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Always reading, always learning, Jonathan hand-selects these articles for readers each week. To view Jonathan’s curated articles from previous weeks, CLICK HERE.

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