2.17.17. By Terry O’Grady We've all got our armful of favorite books. The ones you keep next to your bed or on the table where you sip your morning coffee. The Bible tops the list for me. But in the next stack of real hardbacks lies "Thou Shall Prosper - Ten Commandments for Making Money" by Rabbi Daniel Lapin. I must be on my 4th or 5th front to back reading interspersed with frequent nugget mining.
I can't remember my first encounter with the Rabbi, but it must have been by way of Dave Ramsey. Maybe a mention on Dave's radio show, or part of Dave's recommended reading list. Now I can't get enough of Rabbi Lapin's lessons. Though they seem like common sense, common sense today is not what it seems.