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Sacred America, Sacred World : Fulfilling Our Mission in Service to All
by Stephen Dinan and Marianne Williamson


Overview - Infused with visionary power, "Sacred America, Sacred World" is a manifesto for our country s evolution that is both political and deeply spiritual. It offers profound hope that America can grow beyond our current challenges and manifest our noblest destiny, which the book shows is rooted in sacred principles that transcend left or right political views.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Infused with visionary power, "Sacred America, Sacred World" is a manifesto for our country s evolution that is both political and deeply spiritual. It offers profound hope that America can grow beyond our current challenges and manifest our noblest destiny, which the book shows is rooted in sacred principles that transcend left or right political views. Filled with practical ideas and innovative strategies honed from the author s work with over 1000 luminaries via his company, The Shift Network, "Sacred America, Sacred World" rings with a can-do entrepreneurial spirit and explains how America can lead the world toward peace, sustainability, health, and prosperity. This vision of the future weaves the best of today s emergent spirituality with seasoned political wisdom, demonstrating ways America can grow beyond its current stagnation and political gridlock to become a world leader in peace and progress. Published to coincide with the party conventions and presidential debates, this book will promote a return to the sacred principles cherished by America's forefathers in order to create a transpartisan, non-ideological, pragmatic approach to social reform. This uplifting discussion explores evolutions in political leadership, environmental concerns, and economic reformation. It is time to forge a bold new image of America s future. Here is a road map for getting there."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781571747440
  • ISBN-10: 1571747443
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Company
  • Publish Date: July 2016
  • Page Count: 288
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.9 pounds


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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2016-07-18
  • Reviewer: Staff

"A sacred vision for America is thus one in which America is helping to advance the next stage of planetary evolution out of a sense of compassion, service, and dedication while modeling the changes that are needed first within our own borders," writes Dinan early in this passionate manifesto. He offers advice for the politically and spiritually minded, well timed for the run-up to one of the most polarizing elections in U.S. history. Dinan aims to help an entire country through the transformation of each citizen, rather than engage in the individualistic self-help language that's typical of the genre. Speaking to both left and right, Dinan hopes to unify citizens, though he clearly leans more heavily toward the (feminist) left. Prose-wise, Dinan switches between tech language, regularly speaking of upgrades and operating systems, and esoteric spirituality self-help-isms, with talk of energies and creativity and other empowering terms intended to motivate and inspire. Though it's not clear how Dinan can achieve the sweeping transformation of America he desires, his overarching ideas about the role of women and his desire for peace in the Middle East (as two examples) will appeal to liberal readers looking for a fresh, activist perspective from the self-help camp. (July)

 
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