By Dr. Terence H. Kwai

There are those who argue that our age is an age of finance; others, including Alan Webber, founder of Fast Company magazine, says it is an age of innovation, while still others, Deepak Chopra among them, assert that we are living in an age of consciousness. In my view, it is a combination of all three. In the twenty-first century, major wars are unlikely to occur because any massive nuclear attacks will lead to a nuclear winter, which will essentially herald the end of the world.

In his book, Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World, William D. Cohan asserted that the age of finance had arrived. As a result of the financial meltdown in 2008, much of ...

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