A Future to Believe In: 108 Reflections on the Art and Activism of Freedom

A Future to Believe In: 108 Reflections on the Art and Activism of Freedom

by Alan Clements

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BN ID: 2940013345843
Publisher: World Dharma Publications
Publication date: 09/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 268
File size: 426 KB

About the Author

"The greatest gift a book can offer is the wisdom that elevates our consciousness into compassionate actions that honor the interdependency of all life. This book delivers that gift with poetic beauty, fearless grace and the bold reality of what it means to be human. Reading it will inspire you, provoke you, keep you up at night, and most of all, change you."
~ Cheryl Richardson, bestselling author of Take Time for Your Life.

ALAN CLEMENTS is a world dharma teacher, performing artist, human rights activist, and the founder of the World Dharma vision. As one of the first Westerners to ordain as a Buddhist monk in Burma, he lived in a monastery for many years training in Buddhist psychology and mindfulness meditation. In 1984 he was forced to leave the country by the dictatorship, with no reason given. He has returned numerous times to witness and document the human rights violations.

Clements is the co-founder of The World Dharma Institute which offers an innovative video training program exploring World Dharma — the art and activism of freedom. The Program finds its roots in Alan’s newest book, "A Future to Believe In." www.AFutureToBelieveIn.com

Clements is also the author of a number of other books including Instinct for Freedom (nominated for the best spiritual teaching/ memoir by the National Spiritual Booksellers Association in 2003, and The Voice of Hope - Conversations with Burma's Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, which moved Alice Walker to write, “Every leader on the planet should read this book at least once.”

Clements has been interviewed for Nightline, CBC Canada, Talk to America, the New York Times, Newsweek and Time magazines, Yoga Journal and other media. In addition, he has presented to such organizations as Mikhail Gorbachev’s State of The World Forum and delivered a keynote address for Amnesty International’s 30th year anniversary. www.AlanClements.com.

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