More Than Money
Issue #29
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Money Changes Everything

Table of Contents

“Book Resources”

The Cathedral Within: Transforming Your Life by Giving Something Back
By Bill Shore. Random House, 1999.
Profiles leaders at the forefront of a new movement of entrepreneurs who are tapping the resources of the private sector to improve community life. For further information call Arlison Osborne or Maura Walsh Rogan at Share Our Strength, 202-393-2925.

Children of Crisis
By Robert Coles. Little, Brown & Company, 1980.
A five-volume series that examines the lives of children in urban and rural settings in America. Privileged Ones culminates the series, exploring the lives of children from backgrounds that are very different from the children of poverty studied in the earlier volumes.

The Energy of Money: A Spiritual Guide to Financial and Personal Fulfillment
By Maria Nemeth. Ballantine Publishing Group, 2000.
Offers ten principles to transform your relationship to money in order to open up possibilities for change, e.g. Principle Two: Your Intentions and Integrity Harness the Energy of Money; Principle Six: Transforming Inner Blocks Liberates Money Energy.

The Hidden Injuries of Class
By Richard Sennett and Jonathan Cobb. Vintage Books, 1972.
Describes the personal and emotional effects of economic class and examines the family relationships that result.

How Much Is Enough? Harness the Power of Your Money Story - and Change Your Life
By Pamela York Klainer. Basic Books, 2001.
Offers many examples of people examining the role of money and success in their lives. Shows how to look at your own relationship to money and choose the role you want it to play in your own life.

The Legacy of Inherited Wealth: Interviews With Heirs
Edited by Barbara Blouin, with Katherine Gibson.
Foreword by Robert Coles. Trio Press.
Revised Edition

Candid interviews with men and women discussing what it is like to grow up in affluence, and to inherit enough money to make paid work a matter of personal choice. Includes a resource section.

The Marriage of Spirit: Enlightened Living in Today's World
By Leslie Temple-Thurston. CoreLight Publishing, 2000.
A handbook for spiritual awakening while living and working in the world. It offers simple, powerful, and fast exercises for creating balance and harmony.

Money/Space: Geographies of Monetary Transformation
By Andrew Leyshon, Nigel Thrift. Routledge, 1997.
A collection of writings on money and finance. Examines the role of money in social and economic change; discusses questions relating to international finance and different types of power money holds in society.

Savage Inequalities
By Jonathan Kozol. Harper Perennial, 1991
Discusses the extremes of wealth and poverty in America's school system and the blighting effect on poor children, especially those in cities.

The Seven Stages of Money Maturity
By George D. Kinder. Dell Books (Paperbacks), April 2000.
Helps readers broaden their understanding of money and gain clarity about the role of money in their lives, from childhood through adulthood.