A SPIRITUAL VIEW OF MARKETS IN TURMOIL

It's a bleak time in the investment business. The phones aren't ringing much, we're not getting walk-inbusiness, and clients are complaining about performance. One client called me to say she'd heard that Kansas might soon experience another Dust Bowl, like the one during the Depression of the 1930s, and maybe she should liquidate her investments.

Yet people sometimes feel they've lost something when in fact they've never lost anything good. They haven't lost God, or their relationship to Him/Her, or their own value as a spiritual creation. The things we really value are always intact.

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