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Wellsprings: A Fable of Consciousness

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2026. The earth's ecosystem has broken down under human abuse. Water supplies are shrinking. Rain is rare, and North America is gripped in the Great Drought with crops withering and forests dying. In the midst of environmental and social collapse, an old woman and a young man set out to heal nature and reactivate the cycle of flow by using techniques of higher ...more
Paperback, 93 pages
Published October 7th 2013 by Cosmic Egg Books (first published September 7th 2013)
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Wellsprings - A Fable of Consciousness tells a story that you won't soon forget. William Hathaway describes a world in which water is a scarce commodity; droughts are long and frequent, and corporations control access to the water supply. Although this is a bleak vision of the future, it is not an unlikely one. Hathaway's book compels the reader to think about what we could be facing in the near future if we fail to recognize what is happening. Ble
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A thoroughly worthwhile read. My only criticism, it should have been longer. But it makes it's point succinctly.
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William T. Hathaway began his writing career as a newspaper reporter in San Francisco, then joined the Special Forces to write a book about war. A World of Hurt won a Rinehart Foundation Award for its portrayal of the psychological roots of war: the emotional blockage and need for patriarchal approval that draw men to the military. CD-Ring is a young-adult novel of a boy learning the futility of ...more
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