David Green


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Giving It All Away…and Gett...

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People We Meet, Unforgettab...

4.08 avg rating — 39 ratings — published 2014 — 2 editions
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101 Reasons to Love the Red...

3.96 avg rating — 45 ratings — published 2005 — 2 editions
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Meditation And Mindfulness:...

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101 Reasons to Love the Cubs

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101 Reasons to Love the Giants

4.42 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 2007
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101 Reasons to Love the Pac...

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101 Reasons to Love Notre D...

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“A legacy of true value is a legacy made of more than money. It's a legacy conceived in wisdom, nurtured by principle, and sustained by character.”
David Green, Giving It All Away…and Getting It All Back Again: The Way of Living Generously

“The wealth we create is like a bonfire. If controlled, it can warm our families. If allowed to spread wildly, it can devastate.”
David Green, Giving It All Away…and Getting It All Back Again: The Way of Living Generously

“... too many people think life is basically an oversized game of Monopoly, where the way to win is to accumulate as many properties as you can, either by purchasing outright or by clever trading with your opponents. Then you keep adding houses and hotels, extracting rent from others, until you eventually drive them to bankruptcy. You sit back, rub your hands together, and start counting your stacks of cash. No, life is more like Uno or Crazy Eights, where the point is to run out of cards first. You want to deploy every card you have, knowing that each card left in your hand at the end counts against you. Don't get stuck at the time of your funeral with leftover cards.”
David Green, Giving It All Away…and Getting It All Back Again: The Way of Living Generously

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