One Liners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . from the book "How to Save Your Own Life" by Michael Gates Gill.
"I was terrified and seemed to be losing so fast all I had worked so hard to gain. First my job, then my big house. I would never have chosen to lose all my money, my six figure salary, my big home, and my sense of entitlement. Then, my family through divorce. Finally my health"
"I lost so much and yet today I feel I have found so much more"
"I learned the hard way that there is no security in owning Wall Street securities or in being loyal to a "company", rather than a faith". In other words "faith" was actually worth more than the Wall Street Stocks.
"Losing so much in life can give you a much better life." You have to read his book to appreciate this one liner.
"Any fool can complicate their lives. It takes a genius to simplify it".
"Loss of material possessions can often result in a new kiind of happines of the spirit".
"Yet I feel it was a kind of divine grace that stepped in and gave me a chance to lose my materialistic life so that I could find a happier and more fulfilling way to live."