The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature

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Greystone Books, 1997 - Human ecology - 259 pages
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In this work, David Suzuki suggests how we can meet our basic needs and create a way of life that is ecologically sustainable, fulfilling and just. By exploring issues such as the importance of love and spirituality in our lives, he shows us how we can live in true harmony with our surroundings.

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An acclaimed geneticist artfully explains the diverse web of life, our kinship with other species, and the crucial need of our time to make Nature the ultimate concern of society at large and for our ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter Two The Breath of All Green Things
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Chapter Three The Oceans Flowing through Our Veins
52
Chapter Four Made from the Soil
76
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