Mar 11, 2021-- For ten semesters, Americ Azevedo's seminar, 'Time, Money, and Love in the Age of Technology,' cultivated in students an awareness of the larger issues that form a context for their lives. He was well qualified. Earlier in his life he was reading a passage from Krishnamurti, "Live the Truth." That same day he stood in front of a room full of trainees, uneasy with his job and its values. He turned to the trainees and said, "I can no longer do this work. We're not real with each other in this place. I quit." Back at his desk, he saw everything in a new light. A spiritual fog had lifted. In some ways, it all began when he was bullied and called stupid as a child, and found a way to relate to his bullies and rid himself of the epithet. Read his story here. (1740 reads)
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