Books like this can't be actually *reviewed".
One can only strongly suggest others to read it and, after that, start their new consciousness.
IF there's still some hope for this world and for humanity, at least for the first to survive and for the latter to avoid definitely plunging into his currently already advanced role as the ultimate destroyer of life itself, here it can be found....Continua
I heard of this book while reading "Conversations with God" by Neale Walsch. The first time I heard of this book, I wondered what is "Ancient Sunlight", how wired is the name.
This book reads like Part I of "Plan B 3.0" + "Ishmeal" + "Conserver Society". Another great book addressing the environmental and other challenges faced by human beings.
Part I of this book describes the problems the world now facing. We are running out of water, the climate become unstable, many states are failing. The main concern is that we are running out of non-renewable energy (Ancient Sunlight). What will we do if all the oil has been used up?
Part II investigate how did we get here. Unless we know how things got this way, we cannot do any things about it. The author compares the culture of our society and other indigenous societies. I have heard of those concepts in the parables of "Ishmael". This book is more informative then "Ishmael" and you wonder what will life be living in the rainforest.
Part III suggests many things that we can do. There are so many ways suggested. I get confused which way I should act on. As influenced by "The Conserver Society" I tend to think the setting up of sustainable communities is the best way. However, other methods are also worth trying.
This book is introductory and summaries many concepts that is related to saving our society. However, one needs to research more and read the suggested reading in order to better understand what is presented in this book....Continua