A member of my meeting has a new book out. Today is “Amazon day”, when she’s encouraging people to buy the book from Amazon (to boost rank). Margaret will donate $1 for each book purchased today to Grayston Family Support Services, one of the organizations profiled in the book.
As some of you know, the book features stories of people and organizations (businesses, health care, and non‐profits) who integrate soul into their work (where soul at work is not a theological abstraction, but a way of being and doing). The stories are interwoven with principles of spiritual discernment and spiritual growth, with the aim of giving practical help to all who want their workplaces to be more life‐giving. The principles and practices apply broadly (to Meetings and families and schools, for example, as well as to the types of organizations featured in the book).