Healthy Sustainable Living: A Vision for the Future of Humanity

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iUniverse, Dec 5, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 156 pages

Today, humanity faces the ultimate challenge: creating a sustainable future. Its natural that everyone wants to live a long, meaningful life in optimal health. Because of this universal desire, we can integrate health and sustainability to create a proverbial North Star to guide our future development.

Twelve dimensions of life synergize and balance into healthy living, while sustainable living depends on understanding and acting in integrity with reality. An ethical living model introduces a map of reality, so we can evaluate the consequences of our actions and choose how to live in harmony with other people, the environment, and evolutionary processes.

The health dimensions, as well as global ethics, apply to all levels of human activity. Therefore, we now have universal tools to work to create healthy sustainable living for individuals, families, businesses, nations, and the entire global community.


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Tom Bougsty realized that humans contribute to most problems in the world, so he trained as a psychologist at Colorado State University. After he and his spouse, Pru Marshall, graduated with PhDs in 1980, they opened a psychotherapy and consultation practice in Cheyenne, Wyoming. They have one son, Skye Bougsty-Marshall.

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