Mindfully Green: A Personal and Spiritual Guide to Whole Earth Thinking
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Mindfully Green: A Personal and Spiritual Guide to Whole Earth Thinking

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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...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 11th 2008 by Shambhala
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Shauna
I picked this book up because of a recommendation from a professor. The prof taught a course called Voluntary Simplicity. It changed my life.
This book is soo informative & lovely. She touches on her own and others experiences with 'living green'. This book made me feel a connectedness to something I have not felt in a long time, if ever. The connectedness to life, simple and satisfying; not the daily rush and grind of making money and acquiring 'stuff'. Kaza's book really opened my eyes to a...more
Tatiana
I love this book, and it isn't just because I love Stephanie Kaza. This is one of the first books I have read that honestly addresses the connections between personal sustainability and global sustainability. This was a great prep for diving into my Intro to Environmental Studies class.
Damien
This book is a wonderful book. I cannot recommend it enough to anyone who is interested in protecting the environment or Buddhism. My full review is here.
Mike Dettinger
I always wish I got more out of these kinds of books, but alas I don't get much from them...not that the content isn't good, but I guess I don't have a visual input for spiritual matters.
Celeste Nicole
This should be the Bible for the earth. You can only read it in short spurts and it's hard to understand.
Cordula Van
A very good book .
I would truly recommend reading it.
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