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The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight Waking Up to Personal and Global Transformation

By: Thom Hartmann(Author)
336 pages, illustrations
The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight
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The world is reaching crisis point, as population growth escalates out of control, and species and cultures are being destroyed. With humans across the globe encroaching further and further upon Earth's resources, the realisation that the supply is finite has dawned and we now face the urgent dilemma of knowing how to create a sustainable future for ourselves. In this important book, award-winning author and international lecturer Thom Hartmann puts forward his lasting solution to our survival. Teaching us a new way of seeing, Hartmann introduces us to the lessons of our ancient ancestors – those which allowed sustainable living for many thousands of years but which we've forgotten. It is a call for consciousness combining spirituality and ecology that offers real hope for the future.

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Thom Hartmann is an award-winning author, international lecturer, teacher, and psychotherapist. His books have been written about in Time magazine, and he has been on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. A former journalist, editor, and occasional woodsplitter, he lives in Vermont with his wife, Louise.

By: Thom Hartmann(Author)
336 pages, illustrations
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