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Wisdom is more precious than rubies

Diana Chambers continues our Lent series with advice on developing financial emotional intelligence

HOW we handle our money can demonstrate our belonging to each other. Does our money bind us together or separate us? Do we use it to express our common life: our compassion, love, and generosity towards one another? And what about our moral imagination — does it find expression through our money?

Money pervades our lives; so it can be hard to know where to begin. In my work helping clients to understand their relationship to wealth, I encourage them to reflect on how money affects ...

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Mon 27 Mar 17 @ 10:29
Listen to the first episode of the Church Times Podcast- The latest on the Llandaff row & @malcolmguite on Coleridge https://t.co/BuiRqOQXZQ

Mon 27 Mar 17 @ 9:57
@TR_Smith here you go: https://t.co/KOMd0sCFbY It's also available on iTunes etc.