Thursday, February 12, 2009

Caring and Social Justice or Healing the Heart of the World

Caring and Social Justice

Author: Marian Barnes

Drawing extensively on real-life examples, Caring and Social Justice reveals an uplifting alternative approach to caring that highlights its contribution to social cohesion and social justice. It offers a clear overview of the literature including debates about an "ethic of care" as well as a thought-provoking survey ideal for undergraduate and graduate study.

New interesting textbook: Cabernet Sauvigon or Plants

Healing the Heart of the World: Harnessing the Power of Intention to Change Your Life and Your Planet

Author: Dawson Church

At the core of your being, what are the joys and the wounds that live most vividly in you? What touches the most vulnerable parts of you? Now imagine our beautiful sentient planet Earth. What are the joys and wounds that touch her most deeply? What is the healing touch she longs for? In what ways can you bind the wounds that afflict her heart?

These are some of the powerful questions asked by the thirty-three writers whose profound wisdom is collected in this book. From the core of their hearts to the core of the world's heart, they explore the issues and inspirations that lie at the center of the dilemmas facing humankind on the cusp of becoming a planetary species. Drawing on a rich variety of backgrounds, these entrepreneurs, doctors, educators, executives, healers, and leaders offer the personal and global solutions that point the way to a sane, hopeful and sustainable future.

*Contributors include many best-selling authors: John Gray, Caroline Myss, Prince Charles, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jean Shinoda Bolen, and Peter Russell
*Builds on the success of Elite's two previous anthologies, The Heart of Healing and Healing Our Planet, Healing Our Selves.
*Editor and some of the co-authors appear on many radio shows, television shows, and online sites.

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