Dear Friends: If you’re visiting this site you will be interested the new book “Spiritual Ecology”. Highly recommended for everyone interested in the future of humanity and the future of the Earth.
A Collection of Essays: Available Summer 2013
Edited by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
The Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh was asked
what we need to do to save our world.
“What we most need to do,” he replied,
“is to hear within us the sound of the earth crying.”
Our present ecological crisis is the greatest man-made disaster this planet has ever faced—its accelerating climate change, species depletion, pollution and acidification of the oceans. A central but rarely addressed aspect of this crisis is our forgetfulness of the sacred nature of creation, and how this affects our relationship to the environment. There is a pressing need to articulate a spiritual response to this ecological crisis. This is vital and necessary if we are to help bring the world as a living whole back into balance.
Contributors include: Chief Oren Lyons, Thich Nhat Hanh, Sandra Ingerman, Joanna Macy, Sister Miriam MacGillis, Satish Kumar, Vandana Shiva, Fr. Richard Rohr, Bill Plotkin, Jules Cashford, Wendell Berry, Winona LaDuke, Mary Evelyn Tucker, Brian Swimme, and others.
You can read my review of “Spiritual Ecology” here:
Published by The Golden Sufi Center, July 1, 2013
280 pages hardcover: ISBN 978-1-890350-46-8, $24.95
paperback: ISBN 978-1-890350-45-1, $15.95
PDF and other e-book formats will also be available.
Press contact: Seana Quinn, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-633-0100