Claudia Moore , before her death in 2013, worked as a journalist and social worker. Her graduate school project — Invest in Kids Initiative, 2001 — organized New Hampshire early childhood education professionals to strike for better pay and benefits in order to insure lower turnover rates in the state’s childcare centers. She also had experience in hospice and bereavement counseling and was a student in the Academy for Evolutionaries, which explores concepts and practices of evolutionary spirituality.


Pentecost with Andrew Harvey:
Thoughts on Sacred Activism

Over a lifetime, certain events blaze forth like beacons that mark turns on our path. For me, one such event took place on the Feast of the Pentecost, May 15, 2005. In search of the spark to rekindle the dry tinder of rote weekly religious worship, this particular morning I’d driven to a neighboring town where an alternative faith group met in a strip mall storefront “chapel” that had recently undergone its own conversion experience.

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Your old road is rapidly agin’.
Please get out of the new one
if you can’t lend your hand.
For the times they are a-changin’.

The baby boomers, a massive vanguard of elders-in-waiting — “the best educated, most widely traveled, most innovative generation we have ever seen” — stand ready to serve humanity. Will they choose to do so?

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