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by Stephanie Kaza

eBook Mindfully Green: A Personal and Spiritual Guide to Whole Earth Thinking epub
  • ISBN: 1590305833
  • Author: Stephanie Kaza
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Shambhala; 1st Edition edition (November 11, 2008)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1865 kb
  • FB2 size 1705 kb
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Stephanie Kaza is one of the wisest, kindest, and most sensible people I know, and this book is a perfect distillation of all those qualities. It will be of immense value to anyone looking for ways to live less in opposition to the forces of nature and community (which is the way of our consumer society) and more in their embrace.

In this book, Stephanie Kaza describes what she calls the "green practice path

In this book, Stephanie Kaza describes what she calls the "green practice path. She offers a simple, Buddhist-inspired philosophy for taking up environmental action in real, practical, and effective ways. Discover new ways to think more deeply about your impact on the natural world, engage in environmental change, and make green living a personal practice based in compassion and true conviction.

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we. are naturally drawn to respond with compassion.

Stephanie Kaza is Professor Emerita of Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont.

A Personal and Spiritual Guide to Whole Earth Thinking. In this book, Stephanie Kaza describes what she calls the green practice path. About Mindfully Green.

Mindfully Green, her newest book, represents a lifetime of thinking about how to live a truly green life - what Kaza calls the green practice path. More than lifestyle change, it’s also about finding a deeper spiritual connection

Mindfully Green, her newest book, represents a lifetime of thinking about how to live a truly green life - what Kaza calls the green practice path. More than lifestyle change, it’s also about finding a deeper spiritual connection. When we come to see ourselves as part of the great web of life, in relationship with all beings, she writes in the introduction, we are naturally drawn to respond with compassion.

Mindfully Green : A Personal and Spiritual Guide to Whole Earth Thinking. With all the attention on living sustainably, the one thing missing from the conversation is how to find a personal connection with green living that will sustain us on our green path. While practical approaches to an eco-responsible lifestyle offer important first steps, it is critical that we ground these actions in broader understanding so that we can effect real change in the world.

In this book, Stephanie Kaza describes what she calls the green practice path.

With all the attention on living sustainably, the one thing missing from the conversation is how to find a personal connection with green living that will sustain us on our green path. While practical approaches to an eco-responsible lifestyle offer important first steps, it is critical that we ground these actions in broader understanding so that we can effect real change in the world. In this book, Stephanie Kaza describes what she calls the “green practice path.” She offers a simple, Buddhist-inspired philosophy for taking up environmental action in real, practical, and effective ways. Discover new ways to think more deeply about your impact on the natural world, engage in environmental change, and make green living a personal practice based in compassion and true conviction.
Comments: (6)
Hanelynai
I am a green activist and a Buddha fan but there were only a few places in the book I enjoyed. I did get some names that sound like good sources and bought a few of them.
Мох
This is really a great book. It opens so many doors as it opens your mind. It teach us not just our responsability with the Nature but ways to deal with it in a smoothy way. Stephanie Kaza put so much of her experience, so it is a gift to anyone who really cares about environment in this Earth. This is really a good gift I would like to give to many of my friends.
Alsardin
Read for a college course. Had a hard time staying focused & interested.
Dalallador
I'd prefer hard back
August
If you are seeking a book on how to become more green in all areas of you life and are expecting a laundry list of ideas, this is the wrong book. Instead, Professor Kaza takes you on a journey to discover yourself and to connect with your motivation for wanting to live greener. When we understand our motivation and core values doing the right thing for the planet and everything around us becomes innate, freeing us from the lists we thought we needed.
Adoraris
This is a wonderfully simple book that is easy to read, but hard to forget. In fewer than 200 pages, Dr. Kaza is able to articulate a philosophical view of being green.
She offers more than just suggestions on wise use of resources. Instead, a framework for considering what we should do as individuals is provided by the author. For this and other reasons, I highly recommend the book.
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