HONESTY CIRCLES - PRIDE & HUMILITY honesty circles Dec 02, 2014
I grew up in a relatively well-off family. On the surface, it seemed like we had no money worries, certainly none that were apparent to me as a child. My family liked to keep it that way. Money came to me easily. All I had to do was to ask for it. Sometimes whine, sulk or pout, but money was...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - ON MONEY, RELATIONSHIPS & LONELINESS honesty circles Nov 11, 2014
Remember the time when your peers or family got mad at you because the pursuit of your career or new job seemed to overshadow the time you’d once had to spend with them? The value of our friendships come into question around how we may have changed because of the chase of a...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - WHAT DEBT HAS TAUGHT ME ABOUT MYSELF AND CHOICES honesty circles Oct 23, 2014
"This shirt looks pretty good but it costs $150. Should I get it? Yeah, maybe I should. It's a small part of my pay cheque and you can never have enough shirts right?"

And that's how I got that $150 shirt and 10 others like it.

"Mmmmm.. that Salmon belly sashimi plate costs $16. And I really like...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - OWNERSHIP & RESPONSIBILITY honesty circles Sep 02, 2014
One key role that money does very well is the seemingly simple transaction of buying things - from food and clothes, books and computers to cars, houses and vacations. That seemingly simple action of buying transfers the ownership of an entity from one person to another.
 

But is that all...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - THE LANGUAGE OF MONEY honesty circles Aug 12, 2014
Money permeates into each and almost every other aspect of our lives. How do we live if we do not have enough money? We’d often ask ourselves.

Isn't it amazing that this currency we know to be money binds the entire world's exchange of goods and services across countries, industries,...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - MONEY AND SECURITY honesty circles Jul 16, 2014
It is easy for most of us to realize that money doesn't buy happiness.

But I still worry about having enough money. I was taught that I need money to survive, and that money brings security. Security is the state of being free for danger and threat, it's about feeling safe, it's one of our basic...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - WHAT MY NEEDS AND WANTS CAN TEACH ME ABOUT THE NEEDS OF OTHERS honesty circles Jun 16, 2014
Comfort, money, luxury can be likened to things that we unconsciously seek for a means to a better and more "fulfilling life". Is that true? We'd ask ourselves. How much of luxury, security, money, status, power, knowledge, clothes, shoes, houses, cars or wealth do we really need? Are they needs...
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HONESTY CIRCLES - ON JUDGMENT AND BEING JUDGMENTAL honesty circles May 21, 2014
Things often times are neither good nor bad. It's our intentions exercised or acted upon that makes the difference. Like money, judgment ain't inherently bad. The Webster dictionary’s definition for judging: to form an opinion through careful weighing of evidence and testing of premises....
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HONESTY CIRCLES - IS YOUR SELF-WORTH BASED ON MONEY? honesty circles Apr 15, 2014
Have you felt like your self-worth is attached to the material things of the world? For instance, a degree, how much money you have in your bank account, the ranks and status of where you are at your work place or how smart you are in the eyes of your parent? I have.
 
I have come to see...
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