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"This is Namaste's book of the year. Why? Because this is a book that urges the reader to look at the world from a wider perspective. Although written in 1993, everything about which the author has written is so relevant today. It is full of wisdom that does not rely on other people's research. . . . This book shows all of us ways in which we can change, by questioning how we live and think." --Namaste Magazine<br /><br />"Often raw and uncompromising, but it is precisely this quality that lifts it above the familiar blend of green bland and blather." --Jonathon Porritt
"Often raw and uncompromising, but it is precisely this quality that lifts it above the familiar blend of green bland and blather." --Jonathon Porritt
David Edwards was born in Maidstone in 1962., After taking a degree in Politics at the University of Leicester, he worked in sales and marketing management for several large corporations. In 1991 he left the business world to concentrate on writing and teaching. He has had articles published on human rights and environmental issues in many magazines in journals. Fre to be Human is his first book; he is also the author of The Compassionate Revolution: Radical Politics and Buddhism.See all Product Description
This is probably the most thought provoking books I have ever read. It will cause go to question just about all aspects of what you believe.Published 4 months ago by Inky
An Excellent read, I have read it through and through and continue to read it. Such powerful information should be read by all! Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Love
I do like Edwards writing style and his articles on Media Lens are always worth a read. This book is well written but does have some bizarre ideas that are fundamentally wrong. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Graham T.
I read this book whilst on a short holiday in Slovenia and it was one of the best elements of my trip! Read morePublished 17 months ago by T. A. Underwood
Full of excellent and unique observations. I would highly recommend it to anyone though especially to those pondering on freedom, frustrated by the apparent lack of it in todays... Read morePublished 21 months ago by JRenault
i haven't finished the book yet because i always stop and start again (my problem) but what i read definently illuminated me on certain things. Read morePublished on 31 Oct. 2011 by sia
excellent book, i picked it up in a charity shop as the title looked interesting having never heard of it before. recomendedPublished on 28 Dec. 2010 by just..