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Women Will Save the World (edition 2012)

by Caroline A. Shearer, Sarah Hackley (Editor)

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Title:Women Will Save the World
Authors:Caroline A. Shearer
Other authors:Sarah Hackley (Editor)
Info:Caroline A. Shearer (2012), Paperback, 204 pages
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Tags:Women Will Save The World, Caroline A. Shearer, Absolute Love Publishing, Shirley W. Mitchell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983301727, Paperback)

Leading women across the nation celebrate the feminine nature through stories of collaboration, creativity, intuition, nurturing, strength, trailblazing, and wisdom in "Women Will Save the World." Inspired by a quote from the Dalai Lama, bestselling author and Absolute Love Publishing Founder Caroline A. Shearer brings these inherent feminine qualities to the forefront, inviting a discussion of the impact women have on humanity and initiating the question:

Will Women Save the World?

At the Vancouver Peace Summit in September 2009, the Dalai Lama announced, "The world will be saved by the Western woman." Shearer was struck by this statement and immediately felt drawn to explore the subject. She joins essays from modern-day Olympians, Billboard-topping musicians, visionary media professionals, artists, authors, and more with profiles of historical women, such as Mother Teresa, Harriet Tubman, and the founder of Junior League, each who saved the world in their own ways.

"Women Will Save the World" Features

Dozens of essays from leading women across the nation Profiles of historical women who saved the world through the feminine qualities of collaboration, creativity, intuition, nurturing, strength, trailblazing, and wisdom Affirmations to help strengthen these inherent feminine qualities Little-known historical timeline with examples of how women have saved the world in myriad ways. Ways to celebrate your feminine
Women whose essays appear in the book include Kathleen Aston, Mary Ellen Ciganovich, Jenny Craig, Leslie Davenport, Rochelle Forrest, Sally Franz, Terry Grahl, Sarah Hackley, Elizabeth Harper, Michelle Hastie, Catrice Jackson, Kiva Leatherman, Sue Lee, Carmel Maguire, Katie McCorkle, Shannon Miller, Shirley W. Mitchell, Kate Neligan, Gayle Newhouse, Kathryn Peters-Brinkley, Dea Shandera, Becky Sheetz-Runkle, Lorelei Shellist, Beverly Solomon, Dr. June Stinchfield, Alicia Vargo, Donna Visocky, Tené Williams, and Amethyst Wyldfyre.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:27 -0400)

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