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Global civilization is unsustainable and dangerously unstable. Scientists and prophets have long predicted the likely collapse of our wasteful ways of living within the next few decades. But a sustainable global civilization is rising in ashes of the old. This book is for far-seeing ordinary citizens who are ready to begin the planning process now for the new era--and toward this end introduces for the first time methods of invoking celestial guidance in this vital work. With this book, you will learn how to assemble and organize a social sustainability design team, and then begin to use the three core values of social sustainability as the key criteria for creating and validating new designs of any human institution of any size and type. Remarkably, the solutions that will create the future will begin with us at the local level, in every local community that chooses to participate in the reinvention of social life that will form the basis of a socially sustainable world.
Daniel Raphael, PhD, is the author of e-Democracy, Sacred Relationships, and What Was God Thinking? He is a mystic and theologian, known worldwide for his advanced contact with angelic beings and celestial teachers. He lives in Denver, Colorado.