Monday, August 14, 2006

Purpose-driven royalties

‘I don’t think it’s sin to be rich, it’s a sin to die rich,’ The Purpose-Driven Life author Rick Warren is quoted as telling the Sydney Morning Herald (or the Smage, as it’s now called by media insiders due to the uncanny similarity between SMH stories and those of its Melbourne sister paper, the Age). The US pastor, who was in Australia last month attending the annual Hillsong Christian conference, apparently gives away 90% of the royalties he earns from his books yet still manages to be a millionaire.

1 comment:

T DWORSKY said...

He's a lucky man. Nice guy, too, even if he is deluded. I say, Cheers. But what happned to Art and Thought?

I wish your blog good luck.