- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Vegan Publishers (January 1, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781940184067
- ISBN-13: 978-1940184067
- ASIN: 1940184061
- Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.7 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 22 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,099,056 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Circles of Compassion: Essays Connecting Issues of Justice Paperback – January 1, 2015
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Compassion is the path to transformation of consciousness and purification of the human spirit. This important book is an exciting collection of deep reflections about compassion and its celebration of all living creatures who abide equally within the shimmering web of life. --Elizabeth & Dennis Kucinich
Circles of Compassion is rich in innovative thought, connection and heart. The perfectly orchestrated collaboration of inspired minds makes this collection of writings essential reading for anyone wanting to develop or deepen their compassion for all beings. This book is a great gift to humanity and has the potential to unite us all. It can also bring peace and freedom to animals and healing to the earth, creating a bright, sustainable future. I loved the inclusive tone of the book and the hope I felt while reading it. I will share this book far and wide as I regard it as a brilliant educational tool that we are very fortunate to have access to. As more and more people are now re-awakening their innate compassion, Circles of Compassion has arrived at the perfect moment in time. --Kathy Divine
Through a wide spectrum of diverse and thought-provoking lenses, Circles of Compassion brilliantly explores the vital link between compassion for animals, social justice, and human well-being. This comprehensive anthology is a must-read for all people seeking to keep their hearts and minds open to source the wisdom needed to thrive in these troubling times. --Joel and Michelle Levey, founders, Wisdom at Work, authors of Living In Balance, and Mindfulness, Meditation, and Mind Fitness
About the Author
Will Tuttle, visionary author of The World Peace Diet, is a pianist, composer, educator, and recipient of the Courage of Conscience Award. A former Zen monk, his PhD from UC Berkeley focused on educating intuition and altruism. Dr. Tuttle presents at events around the world, promoting peace through compassion for all life.
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Christopher-Sebastian McJetters, whose plain speech and straightforward ideas I found appealing.
David Nibert, whom I had the honor of talking to at a potluck once and whose ideas have really stuck with me.
Anthony J. Nocella II, whose essay was provocative and questioned vegan assumptions.
lauren Ornelas, with her vivid and effective descriptions and connections.
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, with relatable experiences and a permeating positivity to her writing.
Marla Rose, with such a simple and powerful analogy.
And Zoe Weil, with practical intersectional suggestions and thoughts.
Interesting ideas - a nice collection. Worthwhile for anyone interested in thinking further about intersectional compassion themes.
Basic fact checking would have been helpful; for example, one author places the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1968. Some of the authors identify the animals rights movement as European in origin, when, in fact, it has roots that go back to ancient Asia.