Earth Management: A Dialogue on Ancient Korean Wisdom and Its Lessons for a New Earth

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Best Life Media, Sep 20, 2016 - Philosophy - 193 pages
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Answers to Today‚e(tm)s Pressing Issues from Korea‚e(tm)s Hongik Tradition of Empathy Ilchi Lee, a Korean visionary who globalized Korea‚e(tm)s mind-body tradition, and Emanuel Pastreich, an American scholar of East Asian cultures, sat together for a conversation on a single question: What we can learn from ancient Korean wisdom that can help us create a more mindful and sustainable life on earth? Their conclusions are illuminated in this book and offer an inspiration for those looking for a new direction in this age of consumption and alienation. How did humanity wander so far off course, and how can we steer ourselves back to a life in harmony with the dynamic biome on which all life depends? The dialogue between these two figures suggests a new hope that small, daily actions taken by individuals can have a lasting impact on the entire planet.

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(LEE) When most people ponder the future of the earth, they probably think of environmental problems. Environmentalism is no longer about protecting beautiful scenery. It has become a practical problem that must be addressed, like a dirty house. If a person

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