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The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight: Waking up to Personal and Global Transformation

The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight: Waking up to Personal and Global Transformation

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by Thom Hartmann

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A call to consciousness combining spirituality and ecology that offers hope for the future.

As the world's population explodes, cultures and species are wiped out, and we have now reached the halfway point of our supplies of oil, humans the world over are confronting difficult choices about how to create a future that works.
Thom Hartmann proposes that the

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The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight: Waking up to Personal and Global Transformation 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was appalled at the critics' review of this remarkable work. I have found far too many times that writings such as this are arrogantly and briskly disregarded and even mocked as just one more intellectual's cry of 'the sky is falling!!' If truly committed to growth, development, and ascension as a world species (and I do mean all of us -- human, animal, plant) where else can we begin except with writings such as these? Until we stop viewing ourselves, our families, our communities, our races, etc. in isolation, we will continue to bash our collective head against the proverbial brick wall of the reality that we are ALL interrelated and interdependent. This book, and the efforts and passions contained within, help us to more fully understand this. For more, read the Conversations with God trilogy and other related works by Walsh. Read works by Stephen R. Covey, B. Marx, Margaret Wheatley, and the writings of Ghandi. I believe very deeply and with a profound sense of awareness that it is no coincidence these books are all saying at the most fundamental level the same thing. We have to embrace the questions found within this work and others like it, and in so doing can learn to live the answers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thom Hartmann has written a book that has opened my eyes to my part in the destruction of our planet. All I can say about the above ¿professional¿ reviewers is that they might be too afraid to see their part in the predicament we have put the earth in. I have not been the same since I read this book and I am glad of it. Thank you Thom for your dedication to helping us all wake up from the sleep we have been in for thousands of years.