AIG, Bernie, foreclosures, housing bubble, -401K, recession, depression, global financial meltdown, Eric Cantor, Mad Money, etc.
It’s time for a break, if only a short one.
Let’s return for a moment to how our grandparents (or perhaps our great-grandparents) kept their spirits up in the Great Depression. From “Follow the Fleet” (1936):
A break, a holiday, or what William James called “moral holiday, when we relax, refresh, let our cares slip away ’til the dance is done… and then get back into the game. And there are many ways to “dance” through a depression. Thanks, Mitchell, for reminding us that economic adversity does not require unremitting personal despair.
My fellow on Facebook shared this link and I’m not dissapointed that I came here.
Thank you. Appreciate hearing this.