Joanna Macy, a renowned Buddhist teacher, eco-philosopher, systems theorist, and scholar, is a longtime activist in the peace, justice, and ecology movements. Her wide-ranging work spans Eastern and Western thought and seeks to bring to human consciousness the perspectives of other life forms, as well as those of past and future generations. Joanna's experiential group work, known to activists around the world as The Work That Reconnects, seeks to convey the extraordinary opportunity of being alive now to serve the survival of life on Earth. Joanna’s many seminal books include: Despair and Personal Power in the Nuclear Age; Dharma and Development; Thinking Like a Mountain; Coming Back to Life: Practices to Reconnect Our Lives, Our World; Widening Circles; and, most recently, World as Lover, World as Self.
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