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Addiction to Poverty: The Tragedy, the Hope and the Change, Part 1: The Tragedy


Addiction to Poverty: The Tragedy, the Hope and the Change, Part 1: The Tragedy

by Dr. Pinkie Feinstein

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  • ISBN 9781301330379
  • English
  • 108 Pages
  • 29640 Words

Addiction to Poverty: The Tragedy, the Hope and the Change, Part 1: The Tragedy

by Dr. Pinkie Feinstein

Ignorance is the worst problem people can ever face. The industrialized and developed countries as well as lesser-privileged areas of the world are crowded with people who feel helpless and intimidated by most things money can do. As I explain in detail in this book, most monetary problems are a kind of addiction and people often cannot escape this, just as overeaters find it hard to stop eating too much. This situation is tragic due to the confusion and unsuitable measures people take to try and cope with this enormous problem. As long as the addictive manner in which people live with money is not properly addressed, nothing will change. Generation upon generation will remain enslaved to the suffering caused by addiction to poverty.

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