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Thursday, February 02, 2017
CHAOTIC CALM: Living from Your Confident Center in Tumultuous Times by guest blogger Sara Avant Stover, author of THE BOOK OF SHE
By Publicity Admin

Let’s be honest. 2016 was a hellish ride for many of us.
 
I separated from my former fiancé and embarked on the daunting quest to build an entirely new life. We lost Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, George Michael, Florence Henderson, Carrie Fisher, and Debbie Reynolds.
 
The U.S. had one of the most contentious presidential elections in our history — with reports of Russian hacking, no less! We’ve faced atrocities in Aleppo, Orlando, Oakland, and so many other places. Globally, we’re more divided than ever.
 
In our individual lives, many of us hover in survival mode, struggling to stay afloat amid life’s incessant changes and challenges.
 
I’ve heard from you, and I know that together we’re facing divorces, miscarriages, the debilitating fatigue of early motherhood, wacky hormonal shifts, aging parents, chronic illness, weight gain, low libido, and constantly feeling like we’re not enough.
 

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Thursday, January 05, 2017
Hope and Fear: An excerpt from THE ACTIVIST’S TAO TE CHING by William Martin
By Publicity Admin

In these challenging times, the need for activism is greater than ever before. William Martin, author of The Activist’s Tao Te Ching: Ancient Advice for a Modern Revolution, writes, “We have learned the secret of transformation: Injustice feeds our determination. Hate increases our love. Wounds bring forth our healing, and fear uncovers our courage and serenity.”

We hope you’ll take a quiet moment to read this excerpt from The Activist’s Tao Te Ching:

Both hope and fear are hollow companions.
Each will trigger anxious thoughts.
If hope and fear drive us,
our actions will be built on unstable ground.
We will always second-guess our moves,
looking over our shoulder, fearful
even of our friends,
squabbling among ourselves,
blaming and praising in a futile attempt
to control people and events.

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Thursday, December 08, 2016
A DAY JUST LIKE TODAY: THOUGHTS ON THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE by guest blogger Kent Nerburn, author of VOICES IN THE STONES
By Publicity Admin

Recently I was flying across the country on one of those rare cloudless days when you can watch the full bounty of the earth pass beneath you in all its geological and topographic beauty. I sat, mesmerized, as the ragged expanse of the Rockies gave way to the duns and tans of the rolling high plains. Cities and towns — small huddlings connected by a thin tracery of roadways — appeared for a moment and then, just as quickly, were gone.

I had been lulled into an almost hypnotic reverie by the landscape passing below me when suddenly the brown list and roll of the plains was broken by a snaking ribbon of blue that looked like nothing so much as one of those serpentine dragons on the back of a Japanese kimono. The Missouri River. The Mne Sose, the giver of life. 


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Thursday, November 10, 2016
COLLECTIVE WISDOM FROM NEW WORLD LIBRARY AUTHORS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
By Publicity Admin
Several New World Library authors have been sharing their unique perspectives about our new President Elect Trump reality on social media. 

Here are just a few examples of the powerful wisdom they have been offering in this unprecedented time of change in our country’s history. 


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Tuesday, November 01, 2016
THE PREJUDICES OF AMERICANS: HOW THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE HAS UNCOVERED OUR DANGEROUS BIASES by guest blogger Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, author of THE STRESS SOLUTION
By Publicity Admin

Licensed clinical psychologist Arthur Ciaramicoli has seen firsthand how empathy and cognitive behavioral therapy can correct distorted thinking and trigger our own neurochemistry to produce calm, focused energy. 

He details this approach to handling depression, anxiety, and addictions in his book The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience

In this guest blog, which includes an excerpt from the book, Ciaramicoli focuses on our current presidential race in the United States and shows how dangerous it can be when we perceive with prejudice instead of empathy. 


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Tuesday, February 17, 2015
CONSCIOUS EVOLUTION: AWAKENING THE POWER OF OUR SOCIAL POTENTIAL
By Samy AbulEla
We hope you'll enjoy this short video in which Barbara Marx Hubbard, author of the newly revised edition of  Conscious Evolution, explains how our current crises are not the precursors of an apocalypse but the natural birth pains of an awakened, universal humanity. We also invite you to subscribe to New World Library's YouTube Channel for immediate access to the latest author interviews, book trailers, and more.
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