How do we end war? War serves the war economy, the literal culture that we live in. It's a culture of violence and scarcity, of alienation and fear. How aware are we of how this culture impacts our hearts and minds, and our habits and behaviors?
Economy from the word in Greek is to manage home. The current management of our home - the way we take care of place and each other - is destructive, extractive and oppressive. It calls our behavior to be transactional and not relational. It privatizes what should be free to all. It thrives on us feeling alienated, frightened and that we live in a world of scarcity instead of abundance.
Join us for "21 Days of Divesting From the War Economy" to explore where the war economy might not be serving your life, and share ways that we can all reinvest our time, heart and energy to create conditions conducive to life.
If you sign up, you will get an email every morning from Saturday, March 10th - 31st exploring a different aspect of the war economy and how it impacts your life. Each day we'll ask you to do a short reflection, so know that this is an engaged program, though it won't take up much time.
Are you down to divest from the war economy? Sign up here by Friday, March 9th!