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Inspiring and deep. A must read for anyone interested in loving our Earth.Published 21 months ago by daniel h whitman
I had to get it for my Master's program and we used it very infrequently. The little we did use it, I thought it was a bunch of drivel.Published 23 months ago by Melekali
All of Thomas Berry's books are amazing. This along side all his others are always a good read. I highly recommend to any person looking to enlightened ones mind.Published on January 17, 2014 by ThaneCook
The best thinking on the subject of saving the
Earth I've read. It is beautiful and pleasing to
I love Thomas Berry's vision. I hope people will come to see themselves as earth and not a separate enity. His writing is beautiful as well as inspirational.Published on December 21, 2012 by KellyY
Thomas Berry writes beautiful prose, in this incredibly vibrant plea for our struggling planet. If you've never read Berry, this would be a good way to start. Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by Nancy Flinchbaugh