Item #10641 MONEY: PARABOLA, VOLUME XVI, NO. 1; FEBRUARY, 1991. P. D. Ouspensky, Sri Aurobindo, Philip Zaleski, David Appelbaum, Joseph Kulin, Titus Burckhardt, E F. Shcumacher, Rene Guenon, P L. Travers, Rob Baker, Ellen Draper.


New York: 1991. Contains "The One Who Flies All Around the World" by Thomas Buckley - The dance of wealth among the Yurok Indians, "The Role of Money" by Sri Aurobindo - Reconquering a metaphor for the Divine, "The Test of Giving" by Philip Zaleski - Exploring the impulse behind almsgiving and tithing, "Mother Teresa and the Poorest of the Poor" - Scenes from a life exemplifying the vow of poverty, "From Rhinegold to Ring and Back Again" by Rob Baker - A symbol's corruption and redemption in Richard Wagner's "Ring" cycle, "Payment" by P. D. Ouspensky - Obligations of students to a spiritual teacher, "Towards a Philosophy of Wealth" - The timeless dilemmas of poverty and power, "Money and the City" by David Appelbaum - Currency as measure and reminder, "Your Money or Your Life" by Joseph Kulin - The vital necessity of financial balance, "Making Real Gold" by Titus Burckhardt - The alchemical process, "Buddhist Economics" by E. F. Schumacher - Beyond materialism, "Threepenny Bit" by P. L. Travers - A child's first lessons on responsibility and value, "The Degeneration of Coinage" by René Guénon - Falling prey to the "reign of quantity", "Four Indian Attitudes Toward Money" by Karl H. Potter - From identification to non-attachment in Eastern philosophy; 144 pages. Item #10641

Paperback in very good condition.

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