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What Others Are Saying about Our Heroic Journey to Keep Earth Livable—It's One Year since Publication

Valentine’s Day is the one year anniversary of the release of my book, From Egos to Eden: Our Heroic Journey to Keep Earth Livable. What it says about bullying and cowardice in the face of the Call to great change rings true. What it says about living interdependently defiantly show a better way than making America great again. What it says about becoming new humans—people are doing it every day. Here’s what others are saying about From Egos to Eden.

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In the Name of Earth, Embrace the Fierce Urgency of Now 

We need to be impatient with plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. We need to see CO2 numbers coming down globally by 2020! We need to end them by 2030. Mother Earth is setting the schedule now. Our households, businesses, schools, and politics have been too slow. Long range schedules to reduce CO2 are just blather. “Now” has become the important word. We cannot agree with plans that do not work on Mother Earth’s schedule. That’s why I’m encouraged to read on The Climate Mobilization website about two motions being introduced to the Los Angeles City Council labeled with the words, “Fierce Urgency of Now:”

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Why Is There So Much Meanness in This Land of the Free and Brave?

Just what is the source of the meanness happening across the U.S. today? Words are mean. Policies toward immigrants have become mean. Hundreds of women are speaking up, telling painful stories of sexual exploitation as they break out of the status of inferiority imposed on them. So, too, Mother Earth. Our planet’s extremes of weather protest the exploitative bullying she’s experienced even as new mean policies take aim at her ecoregions. What’s going on?

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Words for OneEarth Radicals

A small group of us met to talk about our yearnings to cut to the heart of today’s crises. To be radicals in that sense. We yearn to radicalize our thinking and acting. We yearn to hone our radical skills because we know we don’t have much time to reverse ecological crises before Earth becomes uninhabitable. We yearn to converse and plan with allies who do not fear talking about apocalyptic darkness. We yearn for those allies to be bold to imagine and act on the breakthroughs that happen in the midst of apocalyptic breakdown—breakthrough alternatives that create a strong culture of life. While we talked, we collected key words and phrases to summarize our 90 minute conversation. Here they are with my edits.

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Are Our Reforms Radical Enough to Keep Earth Livable?

On Nov. 3 and 4, Ulrich Duchrow gave three presentations in the San Diego region that spoke to the nature of the radical reforms needed today. He was sponsored by Jubilee USA and OneEarth Jubilee Economics.

Fifteen or so years ago, I first met Ulrich Duchrow. Ulrich is from Heidelberg, Germany, and is in the generation there that grew to adulthood following World War II asking, “How could the Nazis’ takeover have happened here?” Out of that question, he came to understand the difference between the civilization leading to death and the culture that pursues life. During the years I’ve known him, beginning around the year 2000, I’ve benefited enormously from his training and experiences in theology, economics, and ecology.

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OneEarth Book Party Invite: 3 Authors and Their New Books

Three Authors invite you to a triple book launch of their 2017 books.

Richard Lawrence  Cheryl Johnson  Lee Van Ham 

Which of these books would you like to learn more about? 

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Please Join Us at the OneEarth Publishing Multiple Book Party

Sunday, November 19, 2017, 2:30-4:30

Readings by the authors

Raffle for free books


Discounted copies of books; authors will willingly sign

David Wogan

Emceed by David Wogahn, president of AuthorImprints, an award-winning self-publishing services company, who helped all three of us through the labyrinth of independent publishing to where we have three beautiful books.

Christian Fellowship United Church of Christ
1601 Kelton Road
in San Diego’s Emerald Hills neighborhood


More Cities, States, Universities Celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day instead of Columbus Day

Los Angeles celebrated Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the first time this year (October, 2017)—the latest city to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day INSTEAD of Columbus Day. Indigenous Peoples’ Day corrects the notion that America was discovered by a white man. The raising up of the European takeover of the lands Indigenous Peoples’ had tended for centuries gets U.S. history off on a wrong foot, one devoid of truth. It has contributed to the genocide of people whose worldview, ironically, valued sharing with the invading “settlers” then, and continues to be committed to interdependence today. So let’s toast all the cities, states, and universities correcting a destructive lie in the story of America.

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