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Goals (The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life)

This program will:

  • Explore the place of money in our personal and community lives
  • Present opportunities for participants to explore and articulate individual financial histories and values
  • Invite participants to identify and evaluate social and religious teachings, practices, and values with regard to wealth and virtue
  • Explore the different experiences individuals and groups have had with money
  • Invite participants to consider the effects of their economic decisions in our communities and in the wider world
  • Introduce emerging values-based economic innovations and invite participants to engage with innovative economic systems
  • Invite participants to consider and articulate what faithful earning, faithful spending, faithful investing, and faithful giving mean to them
  • Provide a process for participants to develop personal credos and action plans for wise, meaningful, and spiritually and ethically healthy financial living.

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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.

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