What We Must Do — A Guide for Perilous Times
To take good care of ourselves and our world is a universal obligation of fundamental moral importance. Courageous and thoughtful, Wendy Wood and Thais Mazur have written a practical guide for responding purposefully and with compassion to the threats the world now faces at home and abroad. This book helps us build skills to stay balanced, respond with clarity, and commit to actions which are equitable and just. Incorporating Mindful Engagement practices allows us to think in ways which can guide their lives without domination and divisiveness.
Do No Harm — Mindful Engagement for a World in Crisis
With both sensitivity and boldness, Dr. Wendy Wood and Dr. Thaïs Mazur examine the nature and quality of collective social and environmental responsibility. This book shares the stories of people who are active in the fields of social and environmental justice, health, education, and peace and reconciliation, and the qualities they have found to be critical in their lives and work. The reader is called upon to search deeply within about how his or her own experiences might be shaped by these qualities of meaningful engagement and compassion in action, thus asking the question: What is truly required to live and work in ways that Do No Harm?