Circles of Hope: Breathing Life and Spirit Into a Wounded World
Cane vividly describes a world full of danger but also full of hope. The danger lies within the circles of pollution and destruction that threaten this planet. The hope springs from other circles--circles of community that cultivate a new quality of life--incorporating spirit, faith, and life-giving action. Index. 5 illustrations.
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In the Womb of Gaia
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