Rev. Deborah Moldow: The Meaning of Life… Co-Creating a Global Culture of Peace

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAExcellence Reporter: Rev. Moldow, what is the meaning of life?

Rev. Deborah Moldow: We are the ceaseless unfolding of the sacred nature of our living universe, ever expanding the creative expression of the divine energy of love. It is our human nature to seek and create meaning, a concept not inherent in nature.

We are free to find meaning in myriad ways: through caring for others, artistic creation, intellectual exploration, cultivating the soil, developing our talents, sharing what we’ve learned, helping others to be all they can be, beautifying our surroundings, working for a better future, healing ourselves and others, deepening our spiritual connection to source, and much more.

At this critical time on Planet Earth, let us choose to serve the great transformation of human consciousness necessary to save us from destroying the very world that nurtures us. Let our collective meaning be to evolve beyond violence and fear, so that we may co-create a global culture of peace for all life on Earth – and perhaps beyond.


~Rev. Deborah Moldow is an ordained interfaith minister committed to assisting in the transformation of human consciousness. She is the Representative to the United Nations of the World Peace Prayer Society, which promotes the universal prayer “May Peace Prevail on Earth.” At the UN, she co-chairs the International Day of Peace NGO Committee and facilitates the United Religions Initiative multi-faith cooperation circle. Deborah is Co-Director of the Evolutionary Leaders circle project of the Source of Synergy Foundation. Rev. Deborah also leads monthly Interfaith Sundays at the Chapel at Croton Falls, NY. Her newest project, the Garden of Light, provides an online platform for the emerging global spirituality.

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