Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Putting your money where you spirituality is

Continuing this post:

"You are a spiritual progressive if you endorse the New Bottom Line: A New Bottom Line is one that judges the efficiency, rationality, and productivity of our institutions (education, healthcare, legal, etc.), government (and its policies), corporations and even our personal behavior based not on the old bottom line of whether they maximize money and power, but instead assessing them on the extent that they maximize love and caring, kindness and generosity, empathy and compassion, social and economic justice, peace and nonviolence, and environmental sustainability, as well as encourage us to transcend a narrow utilitarian approach to nature and other human beings. You don’t have to believe in God, deny science, or be part of a religion to be a spiritual progressive."

This link lists some of the people involved with the NSP. Of note is Rep. Keith Ellison, the co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. A brief look at their budget proposal will provide ample evidence that they partake of the Covenant. 

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