Money is a state of being. Money manifests in time what you have conquered through inner responsibility and creative victory. In the same way, any fault in your being makes you weaker and poorer. Any crack in your dream shatters the foundations of your financial power. Money like love is an inner matter. Love means absence of death (a-mors) and in absence of inner death you are an unlimited, omnipotent being.
FLORENCE, IT – June, 29 2012: Elio D’Anna, Founder and President of the European School of Economics (ESE), and author of the Turkish bestseller The School for Gods, announced the future arrival of an ESE campus in Istanbul during his interview with Bloomberg at the 2012 World Economic Forum on the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia.
Also discussed was President D’Anna’s view on the economic crisis in Europe. “I do not think there is any crisis,” he stated. “We project our vision, and if we have something that …limits.. our inner being, we project it into the world…Then we believe that in the external reality, we have some… scarcity.”
Later in a private interview he added, “The crisis we believe we are living is merely subjective. The world is not really perceived from outside, but dreamed and projected from within —so the crisis we are living is no more than a degradation of interior values that we project into the world of events.”
The World Economic Forum is an international organization which engages key players from such sectors as business and politics, as well as education and academics, in order to advance the state of global matters. Holding several events each year comprised of diverse topics and locations, a highly significant element found at these occasions is Bloomberg, a leader within the dispersion of business and finance related information to professionals around the world.
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