The Invisible Hand

is a metaphor in economics used by Adam Smith to describe unintended social benefits resulting from individual actions. In the realm of Christian thought, all men including unbelievers have the capacity to discover the laws of God in nature. The …

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Capital is more than money

…at least it involves money, but there’s more. Capital is the set of resources for the means. It’s a collection of: Ethics Attitude Experience Personal Self-discipline Future-orientation Contacts Reputation We are called to grow our capital. The Master is coming …

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

It’s an age-old question. If taken religiously, your answer would be a quick “of course, no.”  But let’s look at the more religious meaning of money. The more advanced our society becomes, the more capacity it can create to measure happiness. Think …

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