Soul Economics

There’s a part in my new book, Turning Inside Out where I talk about ‘Soul Economics’

“The dreams of childhood are designed to be filtered out and we’re brought into line so that we can be productive for our society and the economy. However there’s seems to be a lack of ‘soul economics’ where we should be feeding and nourishing the soul with experiences, adventure and love.  Why is childhood the only time where imaginative play is encouraged? I feel some boardroom meetings could do with a good dose of play dough and crayon time. “

 

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