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The Opposite of Poverty
Posted By Chris Giovagnoni On July 1, 2008 @ 1:53 am In Employees and Culture | 9 Comments
“The opposite of poverty is enough.”
Have you heard us say this before?
Answer first, before reading on.
Wess talks about it in, mentions it in and alluded to it in a .
It can be seen on the, is threaded throughout many other blog posts and can even .
But despite all that, my mind still leaps toward wealth when I get the prompt:
The opposite of poverty is …
It’s like speaking another language. I think in wealth — in Western abundance — and translate into poverty.
Is that emotional disconnection  or just cultural inculcation? Is it a symptom of something else? A life in transition, perhaps.
Those questions are mostly rhetorical, feel free to address them if you want, but I’m really interested in whether the phrase has anyfor you.
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