The Secret Life of Money - Enduring Tales of Debt Wealth Happiness Greed and Charity
Publisher: Allworth Press
This “illuminating and captivating book” examines our relationship to money through myths and symbols—from King Midas and Scrooge to the Wall Street Bull (Minneapolis Star Tribune).
Tad Crawford leads readers on a fascinating journey to uncover the sources of our monetary desires and anxieties. By understanding why money has the power to obsess us, we gain the power to end destructive patterns and discover riches of the soul. Midas who can turn all to gold, fishermen who will not share their catch, Dorothy and her companions on the golden road to the Emerald City, the all-seeing eye on the back of the dollar bill—all these and many other stories and myths from around the world are given delightful retellings and searching analyses in The Secret Life of Money.
“Indebted in equal measures to Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and sundry classic tales (e.g., The Wizard of Oz) . . . the book should enlighten those who tend to view money only in the most literal terms.” —Publishers Weekly
Available since: 01/18/2022.
Print length: 312 pages.