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This book is a call by visionary futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard for a sustainable planetary civilization. She was already seeing such a positive future in 1984 when her name was placed in nomination for the vice presidency of the United States on the Democratic ticket.
Even earlier, at the age of fifteen, Hubbard was searching for where the human race was going that was good. Reading Reinhold Niebuhr, a Christian philosopher and theologian, and meeting Abraham Maslow, a psychologist who studied well people, gave her some answers to her questioning.
The key to a positive future, Hubbard persuades, is to find one’s own dormant potential for action and to give it to others. This self-actualization is a source of inner joy, which she calls “the compass of joy.” In her words, “The compass turns on when you are with a person who attracts you to give your gift in such a way that the other person is able to give more of their gift with you.” This creative synergy is the road to a new consciousness where all people are moving the world toward what is good.
Her vision is a hopeful one and an achievable one to the extent that people understand and endorse her roadmap to a planetary shift in consciousness.
The book is interesting and compelling. It also contains creative essays by twelve evolutionary leaders known as the Welcoming Committee for those called to join in Hubbard’s call.
Well worth the read!
We got this book from the library along with several other books on the subject. The other books were slicker, more professional looking, so we left this one for last to look through. It reviewed several medical problems that did not concern us, but when we got to the general description of how the digestive process works and what can go wrong with simple what to do about it suggestions and recipes - well, then we found we could not do without this book and had to buy it. We use is regularly now. By the way, we too are more regular.