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Friday Philanthropy!

A little philanthropic inspiration for Friday afternoon from Gamaliel Bailey, an anti-slavery journalist working in the 1800s.


Why the Long Face?

It becomes harder to face every day, turning on the computer and heading straight to the news where, inevitably, we see stories of death, fear and illness. 570 more words


Money. Altruism. Greed.

Money – the #1 driven factor for most of the ugliness of mankind:  war, politics, nastiness, discrimination, etc.  Everybody is pursuing money, more aggressively than just to afford a decent lifestyle.   1,337 more words


A Mantram for the New Age and for all Humanity

The Great Invocation

World Invocation Day


A Day for Universal Prayer, Invocation and Meditation

June 12, 2014

Please use the Great Invocation on World Invocation Day, and every day, with dedication and mindfulness. 225 more words

Spiritual Occultism

Solving The World's Biggest Problems Takes Ensembles, Not Soloists

From Jeffrey Walker, Vice Chairman, United Nation’s Secretary General’s Envoy for Health Finance and Malaria (via LinkedIn):

When I started playing in a jazz band back in the seventh grade, one of the first things I learned was the difference between being a good soloist and being part of a great ensemble. 178 more words


Business is a moral endeavor

When I tell people that I teach business ethics, I am often told that it is an oxymoron because business cannot be moral. That view is common, thanks to the wide acceptance of altruism as a moral code. 676 more words

Business Ethics

From the WSJ: How Philanthropy is Changing

Philanthropist Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen is energetically waving her hands in the air. Wired on her favorite coffee—hazelnut Taster’s Choice—the Stanford University philanthropy professor says that she’s excited about how technology is changing the way people give. 37 more words

Family Philanthropy