Facing the World with Soul
All the organizing forms in modern life that ought to enrich life with beauty, purpose, and depth no longer do so. We live in a troubled world itself in need of care. To heal ourselves and the world, Sardello claims, we need to bring to birth a new imaginative consciousness that is fully awake and alive. Those aspects of life that challenge us -- money, health, education, environment, nutrition, spirit, the city, addictions, technology -- are here illuminated by the powerful images that Sardello unfolds before our eyes.
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