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Conversation for the soul: How does money impact our life? @ The Learning Hub


How does money impact our life?

Money plays an obvious role in our lives and in our society. How we see money affects a lot of our decisions. The job we choose, the place we live, the food we eat, even our choice of healing methods or education are often strongly impacted by money.

The fear of lacking money is a challenge that we can all perceive. You might observe it around you, within your parents, your friends, or even within the company you work in. Maybe you even feel it yourself.

However, there isn't a lot of space to talk about this topic, to understand each other point of views and to think about the place of money in our life.

This is why we would like to open a space to talk about it and to discover together the sources to this fear of not making enough money.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Thanh, Ellie and Priscilla

When: 7pm-9.30pm, Friday April 5th, 2019
Where: The Learning Hub; 14 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi
Fee: Gift Economy. We invite you to offer what you can consciously, taking into consideration the cost of this event (rent, snacks, material), the work of the facilitators, the value you see in it, and the amount you can personally afford. We wish everybody to feel welcome to join, and we trust that others will allow it to happen. We will invite you to contribute at the end of the event. Thank you!

Please register here (30 slots): https://bit.ly/2Joi3Qq



Friday, April 5

7:00pm - 9:30pm

The Learning Hub | 14 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi


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