Spirituality for kids: a Kabbalah project supported by Demi Moore

June 05, 2008

How Hollywood’s A-list stars are bringing the cult of Kabbalah to inner-city schools in London. Is it sinister or safe?

The room is dark. Giant oversized pencils hang from the ceiling. It’s a crazy upside-down world full of crayons that are 3ft long, Lego bricks bigger than loaves of bread and huge geometry sets. Then there is the light. Demi Moore is on stage with two candles. She spreads the flame from one candle to another: “About ten years ago I was in an enviable position. I was making $12 million a movie. I was at the top of my career. I stepped away from all that to spend time with my children. Now I make $125,000 for a movie, but do I have less?”

Well, obviously she does have less – “but there is no accounting for spending that time with my children”. It is all about finding your light and sharing it. At this point more people emerge from the darkness with cand… [more]

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