I wrote one of the reporters of the article (Anthony Effinger), and he responded today, in part, with this: "And please let me know if you see anything on your horizon there that might resonate with the Wall Street crowd (our audience)." If anyone here has any ideas of subjects for a second article on meditation and Wall Street, along the lines of the first, feel free to weigh in. I will pass them on to the authors. I suggested that one area of exploration might be whether Wall Streeters might, with a solid meditation practice, develop different attitudes towards money, and cultivate not just empathy for the less fortunate in the world, but compassionate action toward helping others that suffer from lack of resources, food, clean water, or shelter. In other words, accumulating money not as a way of keeping score, or acquiring more toys or beach houses, but as actually balancing the requirement to produce revenues for their investment firms against using some portion of their exorbitant incomes to benefit others.