You Can Heal Society!


    Society is in a mess! Ask anyone for their thoughts about our society today and the response they will give is likely to be of disillusionment. On one hand we see the massively over-paid; a bonus driven society that contrasts with those whose only contribution is to make a career out of living on benefits or criminal activity. Society is breaking up as we can all see. The good, hard-working majority find the news depressing and feel angry about the state of the country. This book offers sound, practical advice to enable the right-minded to cope with and improve the situation they see around them and, far from excluding those we love to hate, shows them how to change direction, achieve genuine contentment in their own lives, and become valued by us all. If we all do our bit society will return to common sense and stability. So learn from Alison's extensive experiences and observations. Features sections on: Acknowledging Our Shared Humanity; Understanding Ourselves and Others; Other Influences in Our Lives; What We See Around Us; The Results of Losing Our Humanity.

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    Number of Pages: 205
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780954883119
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    Listed in: Social issues & processes
    Publisher: Lea-Lodge Books

    Books by Alison Lea-Lodge


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