Fed up with market crisis? Here’s one broker who left it all behind
Brother Nikanor, a Nasdaq broker turned monk, advises former colleagues to put a jar with soil on their desks to remind them where we are all heading and what matters in life.
As western banks fold into each other like crumpled tickets and commentators portray the current crisis as the last gasp of modern capitalism, Hristo Mishkov, 32, shares the pain — and offers home truths.
“Many people… in the world do not realise that they have not earned the food they eat, that they take without giving. But if someone consumes more than they have earned, it means someone else is starving.
The whole feature ran on the Reuters wire today. Read it here.