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It leaves the reader with hope for the future, if we take this issue seriously and work together for a better world.
This book can be life changing in terms of helping someone find hope, find the strength to love, and find motivation to engage in creative community-based pursuits.
Perhaps the most importantly, the book does a great job of presenting alternatives to the dominant assumptions of the modern society.
Thank you Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone for giving me hope and the will to go on. I will be forever grateful.Published 24 days ago by Anonymous
Love this book on so many levels about how not to get caught up in the overwhelming "bad" news about the environment--or anything.Published 1 month ago by Tinkerbell
reading active hope for the second time, i worked thru all the exercises using a journal format. i found the process powerful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Skip Schiel
What a great source of ideas and sources of information. Particularly to help us keep working despite constant obstacles and setbacks. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nathan Hult
Quietly comprehensive overview of our shared "mess" and a good introduction to their process for "not going crazy". Or, not going crazier?Published 4 months ago by Stan Friedman
Ever since 1982, when I read Fate of the Earth by the fine writer, Jonathan Schell, who, I’m sorry to say, died this year, my awareness of mortality has been heightened – not my... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joyce
This is an easy to read book with exercises to do yourself or in a workshop. It pointed out the importance of the small services that we do now and how to determine what we can do... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Spalding
Part self-help book, part environmental treatise, "Active Hope" by Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone offers spiritual guidance to help us live in a world where resource... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christopher Pitt
One of the best books I've read about the crisis we are now facing on Earth. It describes the problems and the struggles we face. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vicki Andrews