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Charles Eisenstein – Sacred Activism – March 21


Charles Eisenstein — visionary, philosopher, social critic, and author — is coming to L.A. this month!

Eisenstein’s latest book is The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible.  In it he sagely describes the emotional, social, civilization-wide “between” that is transition.  It’s the space between the old (worn-out, flawed, unfilfilling and unfulfillable) story, and the new Story of Interconnection.

Charles Eisenstein has long been associated with the ideas of the gift economy.  You may recognize him from his previous book, Sacred Economics, which was equally ground-breaking in its approach.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear his wisdom.

Sacred Activism, with Charles Eisenstein
Sat March 21
vegetarian potluck dinner at 5pm in the Community Hall
speaking portion begins at 6pm in the main Church building
Holy Nativity Episcopal Church, 6700 W. 83rd, LA 90045
Please RSVP

In keeping with Charles’ Gift Economy concept, in lieu of an “entrance fee,” we ask that you donate a value equal to what this talk is worth to you.  That might be $20 or that might be $100.  All funds will go to support Charles’ ongoing work.

For the vegetarian potluck, there are real/reusable dishes & utensils at the site, as well as cloth napkins.  Please help make this a zero waste event.

If March 21 doesn’t work for you, Charles Eisenstein will also be speaking on March 19 in Pasadena