Monica Moran

I have been working in the field of domestic violence and child welfare for over 25 years doing direct service, community organizing, program development, training, fundraising, and whatever else is needed.  I come to this work as a feminist and with a deep desire to ease human suffering.  Increasing, my spiritual path informs my work, and I make most of my decisions through a process of tuning into the Divine, asking for help and guidance, and moving from there.  I sit quietly and listen to what wants to arise rather than trying to think my way there.  I am beginning to do this in partnerships with others, and am delighted to be facilitating two meditation/prayer groups that seek to bring the Sacred into our lives and work in direct and concrete ways.  Through it all I am inspired by Emma Goldman who said, “if I can’t dance it’s not my revolution” and I repeat the last line of one of my favorite sutras as often as possible, “May every living being be full of bliss.”

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