If you love your planet, please read this book.
We are a part of nature yet all too often we consider ourselves apart from it; we put at arm's length a dilemma in which we forget to include ourselves. We are caught up in a paradox and to extricate ourselves from it we must redefine our centrality by appealing to our sense of Kinship. But we cannot do this within our Judeo-Christian tradition: It is too tainted, too staid. Too "fixed". Yet outside of this tradition in the words of the Greek philosophers, the Taoists, the Buddhists, and the early conservationists, and most surprisingly but most convincingly, in the discoveries of the quantum physicists, we may begin to find a home in which we and nature are given equivalent status in our own unique ways of contribution to this planet, our home.
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