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THE GREEN BOAT: Reviving Ourselves in Our Capsized Culture by Mary Pipher (2000s)
I've recommended it and yes, I do. Been so sad about the futures for my grandchildren, I certainly needed this author's fine take on acknowledging the grief and using it toward some action which involves seeking, building, honoring community. -- Added by june on 03/06/2014

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The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible
The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible by Charles Eisenstein (2000s)
I loved this book and have shared passages and recommended to friends who like myself are really concerned about the county the Earth going downhill way too fast on every front -- Added by june on 02/27/2014

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Nine Gates
Nine Gates by Jane Hirshfield (1990s)
Wonderful poet writing about poetry. -- Added by june on 02/11/2014

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Strange Brew
Strange Brew by P. N. Elrod (2000s)
I didn't enjoy the book... way too far into a culture I don't want to be in. Only read it due to a friend recommending it. I've spent lots of time with science fiction in the past... this, to my mind, fits in with the 'rap' world, which I also do not care for... though have danced to it. -- Added by june on 02/11/2014

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The Case Against Fluoride
The Case Against Fluoride by Paul Connett (2000s)
This book is an excellent source of bone fide Real science studies. They go about it quite properly too. God bless the authors of this tome. I used this book primarily for my presenting a case against continuing to fluoridate Carmel's water. -- Added by june on 02/04/2014

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Blue Hour
Blue Hour by Carolyn Forche (2000s)
a bit of different poetry. Like it lots. -- Added by june on 01/31/2014

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8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back
8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back by Esther Gokhale (2000s)
I have recommended it. A neighbor and I are both attempting the exercises which have brought awareness our using our bodies not quite correctly... our minds too but that is another ... -- Added by june on 01/16/2014

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Who Owns the Future?
Who Owns the Future? by Jaron Lanier (2000s)
A whole different world emerging from what all I've been taught. Not ready for this. Not open to it. Brings up my dyslexia ... and perhaps some autism too. Who owns the future? just leave me alone. Didn't care for it. Glad it is out there for others who understand. -- Added by june on 01/16/2014

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