Prosperity

We all want prosperity.

When we say that, what exactly is it we want?

Some starting pointers from the Oxford Dictionary:

  • Prosperity (n). a state of being prosperous; wealth or success.
  • Prosperous (adj.) 1 successful; rich 2 flourishing; thriving 3 auspicious
  • Prosper (v.) 1 succeed; thrive 2 make successful.

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4 drivers of crime

Crime fiction explores personal motives, like revenge or jealousy, to explain why people commit crime. But what’s driving real crime?

Four drivers to consider:

  • Poverty
  • Lack of respect
  • Greed
  • Lack of political courage

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