This week I received two new books I would definitely recommend if you are interested in deepening your inner life and contributing to a more sane world than the one we negotiate every day.
Soul Awakening Practice: Prayer, Contemplation
and Action by James O'Dea is a small book with an introduction by Lynne McTaggart and contributions by many of the foremost visionary teachers of our time: Barbara Marx Hubbard, Michael Singer, Ervin Lazlo and others who are "pioneers in ariculating
the awakening journey; the forces that open the heart and enlighted consciousness; the understandings and actions that dissolve wounds and secure lasting peace."
The second one is Who Do We Choose to Be: Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership,
Restoring Sanity, by Margaret Wheatley, who writes on the cover "This book is born of my desire to summon us to be leaders for this time of profound disruption, to reclaim leadership as a noble profession that creates possibility and humaneness
in the midst of increasing fear and turmoil."