I Love Money

Via on Mar 24, 2011

Money is good. I want everyone to have money. I am convinced that money is a powerful energy which when well-directed can bring good to the world.

Developed countries have a better chance at a faster recovery after a natural disaster. And less casualties.

To illustrate my point, here is a road in Japan 6 days ago and then today

Six days.

Money combined with efficient use of resources

I love money

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About Claudia Azula Altucher

Claudia Azula Altucher has studied yoga for a long time. Her only focus these past eight years has been on Ashtanga through which she studied at the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute in Mysore, India (three study visits so far), and at Centered Yoga in Thailand (focus on practice, philosophy and pranayama). Currently she studies at Pure Yoga in NYC. She has taught yoga classes in both Spanish and English. She is also the Author of: 21 Things To Know Before Starting an Ashtanga Yoga Practice (you can get a free PDF at her blog). She writes daily at ClaudiaYoga.com And you can follow her on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ClaudiaYoga



14 Responses to “I Love Money”

  1. jaltucher says:

    This is a stark contrast between Japan and Haiti, where corruption has been stealing dollars intended to help with rebuilding and the sheer poverty there. A developed economy tends to avoid that,

  2. Claudia Azula Altucher Claudia says:

    Hmmm, well, we shall see, I actually think it might change form but being an energy, as it is, it will need some form of a representation, and a name, might not be money, we could call it…? what?

    Appreciate your comment

  3. Jonathan says:

    Money is not an energy. Money is a form of trading real energy.

  4. jaltucher says:

    Its already happening. Work week hours is way down from 80 years ago. Quality of life, literacy, lifespans are way up. All because of technology. And that trend will continue in developed countries. The less corruption from government the better (as shown by literacy rates, poverty rates, etc).

  5. dan says:

    Money didn’t fix that road, nor did it make the road to begin with any more than jackhammers or trucks did. Money is just an idea, a tool in the abstract, its use determined by its user. Enough money gives illusion that cause-effect can be usurped, the magic of an idea alone that appears to make problems go away. Money isn’t necessarily an excuse to be selfish, but more accurately, money is an excuse to be selfish.

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