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Wayne Muller
Co-founder of Living Sabbath, Bread for the Journey, and betselling author of Sabbath, and A Life of Being, Having and Doing Enough

Wayne Muller, best-selling author, founder of Bread for the Journey – community-based, grassroots micro-philanthropy across the US – and The Center For Living Sabbath, a ten-year initiative designed to support individuals and groups demanding we slow the pace of life and work in Time.

He has been a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post and Forbes on social, political and spiritual issues.

He is working with millennial leaders, co-creating social and cultural alternatives to unprofitable overwork and soul exhaustion. After working with Liberation Theologians in Latin America in the 1980’s, his subsequent writing on “Philanthropy as Liberation of Capital” was used as a model of social justice in communities nationwide. Community advocate and consultant to various national organizations, Wayne mentors gifted leaders, helping identify and liberate their particular gifts and talents.
His first book, “Legacy of the Heart,” featured on Oprah, was a NY Times Bestseller. Other boos include “Sabbath,” “A Life of Being, Having and Doing Enough,” and “How, Then, Shall We Live.”

He was Senior Scholar at the Fetzer Institute, Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and received numerous awards for his work with people in need.

A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, Wayne has spent the last thirty-five years helping people through poverty and loss, illness and death, joy and sorrow. He helps organizations find and achieve their true purpose. And with individuals, small groups, corporations, and as a private guide, Wayne helps people face radical change and transition in their life and work, as they grow into the people and organizations they need to become.