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Books & Journals

Being Peace, by Thich Nhat Hanh
The great Buddhist teacher shows us that compassion and nonviolence begin with inner peace.
The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature, by David Suzuki
This book directly addresses the reality of "Interbeing" that we've been talking about in these web pages, an introduction to the interdependent way of looking at things.
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Compassion, by Marshall Rosenberg
How to bring peace into the way we interact with others, rather than the defensive or aggressive ways many of us are accustomed to.
The End of Poverty, by Jeffrey D. Sachs
It may seem too easy to cite a popular book by a world-famous economist, introduced by an even more famous self-proclaimed rock star. But it would also be too easy not to read the book, which in fact takes us to the very heart of the idea of Interbeing.
A Critique of Politics, Culture & Society. The wordy, but very perceptive and thoughtful journal is based on the mission of "tikkun: to mend, repair, and transform the world."