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  1. Michael Arau says:

    Well said sir. Professor, you get an “A”. Too often a person is judged by their occupation, yet as a tribal species, we are kicking ourselves with such beliefs. The whole is only as good as the sum of its parts. One’s value should not measured by assets or money in the bank, but rather by the soul inside of them. Someday, we will be forced to remember that.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Thank you! There are a few studies out there that have shown a correlation between wealth and a decline in empathy. Unless there is some set of moral values—humanistic, religious, philosophical, something—to counter that connection, selfishness and insularity do seem to be a byproduct of money. It’s unpleasant to ponder.

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  2. Michael Arau says:

    I completely agree. I believe there is a classic human (?) example in the White House.

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  3. John Maillet says:

    On the flip side there are those few who work only for the joy of doing what they do.

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