The previous blogs on my new book, In the Light of Humane Nature, have explained why I wrote the book (“Why a Book”), what the book is about (same title), the justification for its main thesis (“The Moral and Spiritual Gap”), and the likelihood of change (“The Imperative in Reality”). In this summary blog, I would like to come full circle and relate the book back to Green Seal, its work and mission.
I began in the first blog by saying that I wrote the book because the environmental movement has not yet succeeded. I point out that the work of Green Seal and similar organizations has been critical in keeping environmental deterioration from getting worse and in initiating progress toward a more sustainable society. But we keep on hitting a wall in terms of people’s attitude and concern. That is where the book attempts to take over. (more…)