Finding a job is hard enough for recent graduates, but for those on the autism spectrum the search can be even harder. One training program in Texas is helping these young people prepare for jobs in the tech industry.
Go to the woods of Kyushu, Japan. Engineer a massive xylophone (or is it a marimba?) to run down the slope of a forested hill. Take a wooden ball, place it at the top of said instrument, and push it. What do you get? Bach’s treatment of a traditional church hymn! Namely, “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.” http://goo.gl/s3IR8
Excellent article ! I bought my wife a new ring a couple years ago and she likes it and I don’t regret buying it. But it was painfully obvious to me that it cost as much as a new transmission for a couple of cars or a hell of a nice computer….
My wife is a very practical minded woman too, but she does like her diamond….
Personally I find it hard to imagine having “too much” money because I always seem to “need” more than I have. But then I consider that there are so many people out there who are lacking basic needs such as food and shelter and then I consider the lavish lifestyles and obscene profits of the “1%” which leads me to conclude that; yes there is such as thing as “too much money”.
The key thing to me though is that it is not easy to determine exactly what “too much” really is. Whatever amount of money a person has, they should put it to good use rather than wasting it or spending it frivolously. An important part of using money wisely and well is to follow the teachings and example of Jesus and other great religious figures and share the wealth by helping the poor and needy !