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Coming Back to Life | Chapter One: To Choose Life

By Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown — 2015

"We live in an extraordinary moment on Earth. We possess more technical prowess and knowledge than our ancestors could have dreamt of," write Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown in Coming Back to Life. But there's more to the story. "At the same time, we witness destruction of life in dimensions that confronted no previous generation in recorded history." Given these oppositional realities, how do we choose a life-sustaining world?

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