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The Green Intention: Living in Sustainable Joy

by Sandy Moore

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0875168558, Paperback)

Year after year, environmental issues and concerns captivate the media and
social consciousness around the world. On all levels, the consequences
cannot be ignored as governments, industry, consumers, and individuals
make decisions on a daily basis that directly impact the planet. With all the
education available to help people live a greener life, one wonders if these
lessons are actually changing behavior. Even though there are many simple
things one can do to become green, the core intention must be at the root of
every action first. Let s face it, change is difficult and the purpose of The
Green Intention is to help people change their thoughts, actions, and habits
from the source where the core intention drives their actions. The Green
Intention provides the guidelines and tools necessary to pinpoint and redirect
the root intention toward a green life.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:59:47 -0400)

The only book that takes the reader to the first step of a green life - the core intention. Plant the seed of a green life in your mind - your actions will follow! Year after year, environmental issues and concerns captivate the media and social consciousness around the world. On all levels, the consequences cannot be ignored as governments, industry, consumers, and individuals make decisions on a daily basis that directly impact the planet. With all the education available to help people live a greener life, one wonders if these lessons are changing behavior. Even though there are many simple things one can do to become green,the core intention must be at the root of every action first. Let's face it, change is difficult and the purpose of The Green Intention is to help people change their thoughts, actions, and habits from the source - where the core intention drives their actions. The Green Intention provides the guidelines and tools necessary to pinpoint & redirect the root intention so that a green life can be ... natural.Ecology.Sustainability.… (more)

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