January 25, 2017
At the World Economic Forum, a writer and nonprofit leader finds that the wealthy and power want to be valued for their authentic selves, not for their money or status.
Thank you for sharing your gift of wisdom and ability to see truthfully.
What a delightful article. In an age where "being poor and oppressed" is an almost sought after status, and where being called "rich" or "upper class" is a slur, we need to take the message of this article to heart.
I've always doubted claims of tolerance where the exhibited behavior is intolerant or despising of persons of a certain economic or social status -- rich or poor.
Thank you Dorcas, for sharing your insights and thoughts from your attendance at the WEF. I particularly like your words; "authentic conversations with others". Without the powerful component of authenticity, our conversations and relationships with other are at best shallow and meaningless.
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