Cultivate Life! Magazine #56
This issue contains:
Top Featured Article:
- Christophor Coppes: Great Changes
Cultivate Life Weekly Writers:
- Guy Finley: Four Ways to Teach the Truths that Transform the World
- Chuck Gallozzi: Help Me, I'm Growing Old!
- Beca Lewis: A Blooming Riddle
- Steve Wickham: In Heaven As On Earth
Cultivate Life Extras:
- Alan Zimmerman: How Conflict Can Make or Break You
- Linda Howe: Reading the Akashic Records
- Leo Babauta: A Simple Strategy for Simplifying
- Brian Tracy: Accessing Your Inner Guidance
- Annie Burnside: Focus and the Family
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Today we are adding "Life Without Principle," an essay by Henry David Thoreau that offers his program for a righteous livelihood. Some of the themes:
- Don't cheat people by conspiring with them to protect their comfort zones.
- Don't cheat yourself by working primarily for a paycheck. If what you do with your life free-of-charge is so worthless to you that you'd be convinced to do something else in exchange for a little money or fame, you need better hobbies.
- Remember that what is valuable about a thing is not the same as how much money it will fetch on the market.
- Don't waste conversation and attention on the superficial trivialities and gossip of the daily news, but attend to things of more import: "Read not the Times. Read the Eternities."
- Don't mistake the march of commerce for progress and civilization - especially when that commerce amounts to driving slaves to produce the articles of vice like alcohol and tobacco. There's no shortage of gold, of tobacco, of alcohol, but there is a short supply of "a high and earnest purpose."
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