Conversations With God
The following list of books and their descriptions were taken from Conversations With God, Book 3.

"...I have researched, discovered, and now enthusiastically recommend a brief, but powerful, reading list. I have labeled it Eight Books That Can Change the World" - Neale Donald Waslch (cwg, book 3)

The Healing of America, by Marianne Williamson

A fiery book filled with searing insights and brave solutions, it provides rich nourishment for anyone thinking seriously about where we are and where we want to go, as individuals, as a nation, and as a species. The latest work from a woman of uncommon courage and social commitment, this book cries out to those who would seek a newer world.

The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, by Thom Hartmann

A book that will shock and awaken you...and may even anger you. What it will not do is leave you untouched. You will be unable to experience life, and life on this planet, in the same way again--and that will be good for you and the planet. A "shaker-upper." Easy to read, urgent and powerful.

Conscious Evolution, by Barbara Marx Hubbard

A document of breathtaking scope and vision--eloquent, compelling, and wise in its description of where we have been and where we are heading as homo sapiens--it sweeps us to a new level of awareness of our possibilities. An inspiring call to our highest selves as we move into the time of co-creating the new millennium.

Reworking Success, by Robert Theobald

A small book with a huge message: unless we re-choose what we call "winning" in this culture, the culture itself will not be around much longer. Our old ideas of what is "good" for us are killing us.

The Celestine Vision, from James Redfield

Offers a road map into a new and possible future, a path to a wonderful tomorrow, if we but take it. The simplest truths and the most profound, they are placed right before us to use as tools in the creation of the life of which we have all for so long dreamed. Suddenly, the dream is within reach.

The Politics of Meaning, by Michael Lerner

Down to earth and yet wonderfully uplifting, this is an eloquent plea for sanity, compassion, and simple, human love in our politics, in our economics, and in our corporate world. Contains striking ideas and marvelous visions of how the world could work, if we could only get the power structure to truly care--with suggestions on how we might cause that to happen.

The Future of Love, by Daphne Rose Kingma

A dazzling exploration of a new way to love each other--a way that acknowledges the power of the soul in intimate relationships. Deeply insightful and daringly fresh, this book takes a breathtaking step away from tradition and into the possibility of saying yes to the true and grandest desire of our being: to love fully.

Diet for a New America, by John Robbins

A highly impactful treatment of a simple subject: food. It is a revelation. The poisons we eat, and the poor quality of our nutrients, is explored in a way that will change forever how you look at what you put into your body. This book challenges the assumption that it is good to consume the flesh of dead animals, and presents startling evidence of the economic and health benefits of no longer eating meat.

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