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1. The materialism and overconsumption in affluent communities that is harmful to the environment and society. Includes large-scale consumer debt, product waste, and greed. The relentless pursuit of financial success leaves them unfulfilled and unsatisfied, craving more wealth, while unable to get lasting pleasure from material things. Consumption and acquisition dominate their time and thoughts to the detriment of personal relationships and wellbeing. 2. The guilt, depression or lack of motivation experienced by people who have made or inherited large amounts of money and who no longer need to work. Endless increases in material wealth without a clear and compelling purpose may lead to feelings of worthlessness and dissatisfaction rather than experiences of a better life.


1. To be in harmony or accord. 2. To be of the same opinion. 3. Being or going together without conflict.


1. The act of agreeing. 2. Harmony of opinion; accord. 3. An understanding or arrangement between two or more people, countries, etc. 4. A negotiated and typically legally binding arrangement between parties as to a course of action.

Allow Beingness

The ability to allow or give a person space and time to feel and express without censure, judgment or limitation.


1. A tax deduction for the gradual consumption of the value of an intangible asset. For example, if a company spends $10 million on a 10-year license, it amortizes the expense by deducting $1,000,000 from its taxable income per year for 10 years. Often used interchangeably with depreciation, which is the same thing for tangible assets. 2. The spreading of loan repayments over a given period of time.


1. The separating of something into its components or parts in order to find out what it contains, or to study the structure as a whole. 2. The study of such constituent parts and their interrelationships in making up a whole. 3. A spoken or written presentation of such study.


1. The condition or state of being analytical.


1. Separating a whole into its components or parts; using the process of analysis 2. Concerned with or based on analysis.


1. A feeling or desire to hit out at someone or something that may result from a real or perceived injury, mistreatment, opposition, etc. wrath; indignation; rage; ire. 2. Implies emotional agitation of varying intensity aroused by great displeasure.


1. Mutual resistance; opposition; hostility. 2. The condition of being an opposing principle, force or factor.

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