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May 26, 2020

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Manifesto for a Moral Revolution

Every day we have a choice. We can take the easier road, the more cynical road, which is a road sometimes based on a dream of a past that never was, fear of each other, distancing and blame, or we can take the much more difficult path, the road of transformation, transcendence, compassion, and love, but also accountability and justice.

– Jacqueline Novogratz –

Manifesto for a Moral Revolution

“Moral reckonings are being driven to the surface of our life together: What are politics for? What is an economy for? Jacqueline Novogratz says the simplistic ways we take up such questions — if we take them up at all — is inadequate. Novogratz is an innovator in creative, human-centered capitalism. She has described her recent book, ‘Manifesto for a Moral Revolution’, as a love letter to the next generation.” More in this interview from On Being. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, watch this talk by Novogratz on “Inspiring a Life of Immersion.” { more }

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