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Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence [Paperback]

Marc Bekoff

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5.0 out of 5 stars we CAN make a difference! 19 Oct 2014
By nathan poirier - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is a great way to become grounded again if you or feel other people have lost touch with nature. Every page has a message about compassion with sharp insight and an inspirational message. If you are for animal rights at all, then you will find reason to keep fighting the good fight and be exposed to ways to talk to other people about this topic. The emphasis here is on optimism and acting now to help out the future, not dwelling on the past. Nothing but good can come from reading this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars An essential book for helping our planet 28 Oct 2014
By Erika Fleury - Published on Amazon.com
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Marc Bekoff's latest work is pivotal. I'm grateful that his past titles have proven why animals deserve increased appreciation and protection, and this book explores something even more fundamental: humans and our actions that cause incredible damage to our planet. It's not just the animals that are suffering - it's the plants, the land, the air... and us. This concept is not new, of course, but with this book, the author offers a literal breath of fresh air by suggesting a realistic, easily accessible solution.

In simple and easy to understand terms, Bekoff tells us that we must rewild ourselves. In the process, we will begin to rewild our world. This is not just for the benefit of everything else in the biosphere. This is what is best for humans as well! He reminds us that getting reacquainted with nature feels like "coming home to a comfortable place." Why would we not want to do this? Bekoff proves the need to rewild, without soft romanticism but instead with the scientific facts that are the norm with his work.

It is our obligation as citizens of the globe to examine the consequences of our actions. A change of priorities is inevitable and necessary. "Caring is ok", Bekoff tells us, "...it is essential." So is this book.
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