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Can Capitalism and Spirituality Co-Exist?


Can Spirituality and Capitalism be friends?  You be the judge. 

I spent this past weekend in Garrison, New York filming the ISAW Award at the Garrison Institute.

Simply put, the ISAW Award honors organizations that are committed to nurturing and developing the human spirit. These pioneering companies are paving the way and sharing their stories to create a brighter future for all of us.

Oh...we also captured lots personal stories of these CEO's, organizational leaders and pioneers who are changing the face of corporate culture for Spiral Story. The complete set of interviews along with bonus material will be available for purchase soon.

My two cents...all capitalism is spiritual; it's just a matter of how aware and awake you are. 


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Reader Comments (4)

Now that is an interesting observation. Can you please explain why you think like that?
November 9, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterBalaji M
As we "awake" to our higher purpose in life, we realize how our actions and inter-actions with others create karmic impressions. Those karmic impressions become self-less over time as we become aware of our true unity with everyone. Capitalism is a community expression, and ultimatley, a mirror of our relationships to those around us.

FYI...Here's a fabulous article in Business Week that just appeared recently:
November 9, 2006 | Registered CommenterThomas Clifford
Read the article. Gave me new insights I should admit. I always get advice from my grand father and parents to read Gita and other spiritual texts. :)

Still selflessness and capitalism. I really do find that as a difficult combination, May be I am wrong.
November 13, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterBalaji M
Keep reading and keep asking...that is the biggest clue we have to give us the answers!

Thanks for your comments!

Tom :)
November 13, 2006 | Registered CommenterThomas Clifford

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