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We all have heard of the phrase "money can't buy happiness", but what we don't realize is a lot of us are under the control of the media and advertising industry, and have been fed the idea that having more materialistic possessions can help you experience a much happier and more fulfilling life. This obsession with having fancy clothes, nice cars, or bigger houses has distracted many people from being kind, friendly, and respectful to each other. The materialistic mindset has also caused a large number of people to get into serious debt, which leads to financial stress that jeopardizes a person's health and well-being.

In this book, Grace Scott will introduces us to the consequences of materialism, and how materialism can have a terrifying impact on us. She will also show us exact steps we need to take in order to be free from this materialistic society.

Here is what I'll be sharing with you:

  • The materialistic mentality
  • Material possessions vs. happiness
  • Fun and non-material forms of entertainment
  • The remedy of materialism

©2016 Grace Scott (P)2016 Grace Scott

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  • Laura
  • 12-05-17

This should've been a social post instead.

Sounds like someone has a grudge against those with materialistic views. Not very informative. States the very obvious and will not change your life. No wonder these are on buy one get 5 free.