In a time when readers have experienced the transitory nature of the economy, Phil Callaway shares fascinating characteristics of truly rich people--characteristics that have nothing to do with money and everything to do with wealth. Readers will nod their heads knowingly, smile, and sometimes laugh out loud as they read about... The perils and joys of a SITCOM family (Single Income Three Children Oppressive Mortgage) Phil's new appreciation for his wife after a memorable qMr. Momq experience One family's surprising response when they are literally qcreamedq by a dairy truck A lasting male friendship forged over an unlikely object--a lawnmower A startling phone call that changed Phil's life True wealth doesn't come with any material possessions. Through warmth and laughter, Callaway shows that the best things in life are not really things, after all. In this tough economic climate, readers may be surprised to learn that they may find real richness even in their own backyards.Who said we need clocks that make coffee, satellites to find our car keys, and phones that play music? Hey, I love bread makers ... Ia#39;ve been trying to program my car radio since 1996. Ia#39;ve been squinting at instruction manuals since high school. This is the aspirin ... 45, 000 new vehicles are purchased. ac 87, 000 vehicles areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Making Life Rich Without Any Money|
|Publisher||:||Harvest House Publishers - 2009-10-01|