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From Egos to Eden ably guides us on the major heroic journey our species must take in order to keep our planet from overheating more than 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels—a temperature thermometers will hit by 2026.

The author gently, passionately describes how we can meet our most challenging choices on this journey with new thinking, aroused imaginations, and a c
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Paperback, 480 pages
Published February 14th 2017 by OneEarth Publishing
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Lee Van Ham’s From Egos to Eden is a big book about a very big topic: keeping earth livable for humanity. If that turns your mind to issues of cutting back, doing without and judgmentalism, put them aside. This book will guide you into another approach entirely. It is about growing into broader consciousness, growing from ego control to a larger sense of self, entering – or continuing – a journey toward what Van Ham calls One-earth Living.
This is not a how-to book. We each have our own journey
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In 1999, Lee Van Ham joined others in forming Jubilee Economics, a nonprofit focused in OneEarth living. Born to a tenant-farming family in Iowa, he pastored in the Midwest for 32 years before switching to work explicitly on the interplay between justice, ecology, economics, and spirituality. He and his spouse, Juanita, were part of the intentional community, Peaceweavings, in Chicago, before relo ...more