Governor calls on community to love more

This week we report on the Boston Rotary Club's thirty-fifth annual Governor's Prayer Breakfast, at which 250 people representing 100 business and charitable organizations were present; and we share some ideas from a talk given over breakfast by the dean of Harvard Divinity School to some of the alumni of Harvard Business School. Both gatherings focused on ways in which we can all do more to serve our local communities, especially by reexamining the values by which we live.

In his welcome to the guests at the Governor's breakfast, Larry Moulter, president and chief executive officer of the New Boston Garden Corporation, suggested that his audience should be ready to disturb the peace a bit in order to help ailing children, who were the focus of this gathering. "Jesus was an agent of change," he said, "and so must we be in our community. We must involve ourselves, celebrate our diversity, work out what each of us can contribute."

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