In this era of divisiveness, this collection of essays emphasizes our mutual dependency and covers a range of topics from personal and spiritual development to issues that impact our interactions with one another in the public sphere: the environment, economics, entertainment, mass transit, politics, and race relations. We can learn to acknowledge, appreciate and accept one another, no matter what our differences are. Here are some guidelines for doing so. Prepare to have your mind rocked and your soul nurtured!
“Choosing a Life in the Dark Age,” is one of the most courageous and powerful pieces that I’ve read in a very long time. “Rules for Women Who Can’t Do Enough” feels so personal, that it could be a private letter.
Dr. Sherri Bucher, Indianapolis