In "The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life," a Tapestry of Faith program
Welcome participants. Sound the chime and invite participants into a moment of quiet reflection as you prepare to enter into a time of centering and sharing. Invite a volunteer to light the chalice as you share these words:
We light this chalice in the spirit of growing abundance,
for the commitment to make difficult decisions in our lives,
and in the hope that we may act with both integrity and wisdom in growing the future for which today we plant the seeds.
Go around the circle, passing the talking stick if you have chosen to use one. Invite each participant to say their name, and check in with a few words about a personal experience of spending money in a mindful way since the last workshop.
Sound the chime to signal the end of the centering time.
This workshop is about the issues and implications of putting our surplus financial resources—our investable capital—to work by entrusting money to others in exchange for the promise of future financial benefit. By providing capital, investment can create opportunities for others to produce things of value, while yielding an economic return for the investor. At its best, investment connects people to one another in a way that creates and enhances possibilities for all concerned.
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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