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The Church of Yahweh

We talk about The Love of Money. Our guest is Ahyh, founder of The Church of Yahweh. It is dedicated to presenting the clearest explanations it can about the mysteries and essence of the universe, God, and ourselves.

We explore:
1) How do we separate the the love of money from money?

2) If the love of money is the root of all evil. Could we translate that to “The love of material things (matter) is the root of all evil?

3) Is how I handle money a reflection of my self image?

4) Ahyh’s thoughts on “Money can’t buy happiness but it can sure make misery more enjoyable.”

You can find Ahyh at:
The Church of Yahweh

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What the hell

What if everything you’ve ever believed is less than what’s real? Less than what’s possible?

What if everything you’ve ever been taught is less than actuality?

When do you stop asking deeper questions of why you’re here?

Where did you come from? Where are you going? What if Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed, The Pope, and Anton LaVey don’t get to come along for your ride?

What if true happiness is smack dab in the middle of bliss and depression? Do you have the balls to stay in balance between the two?

Closing thoughts:
Subtraction is far more powerful than addition.

Resources:
Your inner voice

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We talk to Robert Wesley Branch about his transition from a traditional Christian upbringing to a totally new spiritual outlook on life. Honoring the old and embracing the new, he shares, among other things, how his relationship with money changed along the way.

Resources:
Robert Wesley Branch

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Why do you use sex and money as tools to get what you want?

No matter how bad it gets, I’ll always have money.
Always be able to attract a mate.
Always be able to make up for mistakes.

No matter how bad it gets, I’ll always have sex.
If it gets bad, you can always have sex and forget about your problems.

Challenge:
Next time you’re tempted to use money or sex to get what you want, try to think of another way.
It’ll make you far more resourceful in the long run.

Resource:
Sex, Money, Happiness, and Death: The Quest for Authenticity
by Manfred Kets de Vries

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Practical tips on how to save more of your “chips.”
Making money work harder for you instead of you working harder for your money.

1) Food
2) Clothing
3) House
4) Entertainment
5) Insurance

Resource:
The Minimalists

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liberty

When you choose to remain ignorant about how money really works, you are actually part of the problem. You can become part of the solution.

Quote:
“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.” ― Albert Einstein

Resources:
HiddenSecretsofMoney.com
How Wall Street Fleeces America – by Stephen Lendman

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paleo-diet

Are you the sole bread winner in your family? Is your attitude “It’s my way or the highway?” Why this is hurting you, yours, and society.

1) The caveman days.
2) Modern hunting tools (debit/credit card, cash) @ grocery store.
3) Your behavior with money is shaping the future of society.

Resource:
Mean Genes: From Sex to Money to Food: Taming Our Primal Instincts

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Jim Rohn once asked a simple question:
If you shared your current financial pIan with me would you be so excited about it you’d want me to go around the country and share it with everyone I met?

Whose plan did you buy?
Is it working?
If not, why?

“Emergencies”
Do you borrow on credit cards to handle them?

The map is not the territory.
Your financial plan (or map) is a guide. It’s not your life.

Trying too hard can make you miserable.
Thinking I’ll never have enough – Why it’s not healthy.

Resources:
Die Broke – by Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine.

Jim Rohn – Anything

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