Spend Your Life Wisely / November 24, 2019
By: Ross Levin, CFP®
Soon we will gather around our Thanksgiving tables, expressing gratitude for the good things in our lives. We will probably be sitting with those who share with us more similarities than differences. For some reason, this Thanksgiving, I am thinking about “The Other.”
The Other are those who are socially, economically, politically, religiously or simply just different from us. Not only do we not connect with them, but we may make them bad in order for us to be good.
This article originally appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on November 24, 2019.