The Economy, Spirituality & Business

Modern capitalism is absolutely irreligious without internal union, without much public spirit, often, though not always, a mere congeries of possessors and pursuers.
Maynard Keynes
Are we confronted with a tragic, insolvable dilemma? Must we produce a sick people in order to have a healthy economy, or can we use our material resources, our inventions, our computers to serve the ends of man? Must individuals be passive and dependent in order to have strong and well-functioning organizations?
Erich Fromm
Humanistic Philosopher

February 5th, 2020 ~  Here we go–day 1 in typing in a page daily from the book Zen & Creative Management by Albert Low and commenting.  I first got the idea back in November.  After seeing that post tonight while learning about categories and tabs in WordPress sites, I learned how I could have multiple blogs on the same website.

As in the Book of Life Blog about Krishnamurti’s work, the author’s words will be italicized and my comments won’t be italicized.  I hope we all learn more about bringing spirit into the workplace!  The reason I am typing the book is many fold:

  • I like to type
  • I saw this technique of typing other people’s work to help get the creative juices flowing for one’s own words to flow in the movie “Finding Forrester” with Sean Connery and Rob Brown.
  • This book is hard to find.  Hopefully, some people will come across it and learn from it. 


As in most posts on, italicization of words refers to the words of either Jiddu Krishnamurti or Albert Low.  The website writer’s words are in regular text.

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