Of course, everything in my life is really about prosperity, especially when you accept that prosperity is about much more than money--it's about health, and creative joy, and love, and all the good things one could hope and dream about.
And it's all very connected. For instance, in my new book, The Moneylove Manifesto, available for you to download free at: http://moneyloveblog.com/manifesto/,
I mention Maggie Steincrohn Davis, who was my relationship partner during the period I was creating Moneylove, and with whom I spent two years traveling around the U.S. and Canada in our customized motorhome. We both felt it was silly to wait until we were at retirement age to enjoy that lifestyle. It was an amazing adventure--for awhile it almost looked like it would be made into a movie starring Meg Ryan, but that's a whole other story. Maggie has remained a nurturing, supportive friend all these years. She's an amazing woman, as you can see when you check out:
Anyway, in an email exchange just yesterday, she sent me a quote from her book, Caring In
Remembered Ways, which had a line I just fell in love with. See if you can guess which line: