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Episode 5 CODE PHRASE: "The poorest person in the world is not the one without money but one without vision."

It's an old Ghanaian proverb: "The poorest person in the world is not the
one without money but one without vision."  What do you think this code phrase means to the EVOKE Network?

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I think it means that poor people in the world do get to see or experience the things we do in the world today.

I think this code phrase means that if you don't have a vision, you can't do anything and that makes you poor.

I think this means that having money doesn't make you "rich" in emotional or mental or even social/physical terms, but if you have money it's fine. The bad part is if you have money but don't DO anything with it for the greater good of people other than you. Then you are poor and cannot truly make a mark.

If you do not have a vision you have no purpose. You need something to strive for, without this you can noot do anything.

I think the code phrase means that if you don't have money your not poor. If you have vision, you will have a goal and to keep trying but if you dont have vision you are lacking in all of those things.

I think this code phrase means is that people shouldn't worry about money and think about they should always keep an open mind. Also that you are poor when you have no imagination not when you have no money so the Evoke members need to have ideas if they want to succeed.

To me this phrase means that if you do not see the beauty in life, then you are the poorest because there is beauty in the world it doesn't only come from money. Beauty can come from within you or another person.

I think the code means, some people are porr phisically but if you dont see the beauty in life (like Sydney said) you are poor spiritually and mentally.

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