This Is A Reproduction Of A Book Published Before This Book May Have Occasional Imperfections Such As Missing Or Blurred Pages, Poor Pictures, Errant Marks, Etc That Were Either Part Of The Original Artifact, Or Were Introduced By The Scanning Process We Believe This Work Is Culturally Important, And Despite The Imperfections, Have Elected To Bring It Back Into Print As Part Of Our Continuing Commitment To The Preservation Of Printed Works Worldwide We Appreciate Your Understanding Of The Imperfections In The Preservation Process, And Hope You Enjoy This Valuable Book This is of a rebuttal to correspondence that Edward received than a book But it was a book, so I ll review it Edward describes how he had to find ways to make money as a child to disprove comments about his being raised as a rich child who doesn t know the value of money He seems very insistent to make this point, but it s understandable as I imagine he gets lots of correspondence from people with this challenge.I find it interesting to note that, although a lot of this talk still exists, a lot of these ways that you could once earn money as a child are now banned, as in the example of selling lemonade This was a quick read About 16 small pages Interesting, if short Overall, poverty could be a rich experience, if you re looking back at it through nostalgia from a completely different place.
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- Why I Believe in Poverty as the Richest Experience That Can Come to a Boy
- Edward William Bok
- 08 August 2017 Edward William Bok