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You have taken a pay cut or maybe you have lost your job.

Now life here in the West is a little harder
But the sky has not fallen.

Take a deep breath
See, you still have the air to breath.

Your pockets have less weight
But you still have pants to wear.

You cannot afford pan fried monkfish in caper sauce
But maybe all you need is a bowl of rice.

Let us return to the basics.

We live in difficult times.
"The Economy of Simplicity" is essential reading for those affected by this turmoil of financial upheaval. It directs us back to life's basics, to the truly important things like food, drink, shelter and community. An inspiring manual from a simple Eastern philosopher to lead us out of the forest of fear and worries to the heartwarming luxury of a simple contentment.

It is a spiritual guide for the people of Western Society, who today find themselves bankrupted, not just economically, but spiritually. It will direct us through this crisis and lead us back to the basics of a simple and contented way of life.
Topics covered include: Food & Drink, Unemployment, Sex, Money, Community, Stress, Sex, Spirituality, Religion, Happiness, Health, Sex, Meditation, Sex, Personal Change and Environment and Sex.
This simple book, written by a simpleton prophet, gives us such magical words of wisdom, as: “Fear is the Father of many children – and they are all Bastards”, “A healthy body sings from every orifice” and many, many more.

Read It today. Change your life.

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