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Living on the Earth : eclectic essays for a…

Living on the Earth : eclectic essays for a sustainable and joyful future

by Bill Duesing

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These thought-provoking essays orginally aired on WSHU Public Radio in Fairfield, Connecticut. Sometimes lyrical, sometimes provocative, but always informative, these pieces are inspired by the organic garden and by a fifth grade class, informed by the Gaia hypothesis, fractal geometry and 20 years' experience living on the Old Solar Farm.

Listeners praise these pieces as "thoughtful and evocative reflections" and write that "they are a welcome bit of clear-sightedness..." and are an "insightful overview of this insanity we call contemporary America." Another listener "loves the comments and the connections of personal actions and their global consequences."

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