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The Fire Dogs of Climate Change: An Inspirational Call to Action

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The intentionof thisportfolio of creative essays, real-life success stories, and hard-hitting facts about global warming is toinvestigate theemotional and spiritualcomponents of humankind's relationship to the world. By making a connection between the states ofheart and mind andthe ability to act, the inner fire dogs—the guardians and watchdogs of the earth—are awakened, e ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Findhorn Press (first published March 21st 2009)
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I know that climate change is serious and that we have to do something NOW but up until the point when I started reading Sally's book I had no idea just how to make an impact. Fire Dogs has Sally's own personal stories, fact sheets to help the reader understand climate change, advice on how to campaign from simple things like writing letter to you member of parliament or senator to taking action. A must have for anyone wanting to persuade the powers that be to take positive action to control CO2 ...more
Claire S
This is really more a set of annotated lists, a resource guide. It also has some very intense personal content, that is part a bit of see-how-cool-I-am, but mostly purports to be a how-to guide to move from paralyzing grief at the state of our Earth into action. And in that, it has some interesting content, if you can mold yourself into the whole being-a-fire-dog posture.

The resource lists, around energy alternatives, global-healing strategies, and global activist groups, are alone worth gettin
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“I felt the full breadth and depth of the ocean around the sphere of the Earth, back billions of years to the beginning of life, across all the passing lives and deaths, the endless waves of swimming joy and quiet losses of exquisite creatures with fins and fronds, tentacles and wings, colourful and transparent, tiny and huge, coming and going. There is nothing the ocean has not seen” 8 likes
“Life (like love) is forgiving and hopeful and, like a bold flower pushing out from the narrow crevice in a rock, will take any gap we allow. However small or large.” 6 likes
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