There are many things about the world that are going downhill. Fortunately, more and more people are becoming aware of the various problems and see that there is need for transformation. There is a big problem standing in the way though: dishonesty. Then there’s also a lack of transparency. In his engaging book, Stefan Brunnhuber argues for a more honest debate about the limits of both our knowledge and our wealth and for a more truthful engagement with and respect for our fears concerning the future. He talks about the need for greater differentiation between growth and developmental processes, for a deeper understanding of uncertainty and the associated public management of risk and for greater modesty, humility and mindfulness.
Readers of the book “The Art of Transformation” by Stefan Brunnhuber will learn that what they think to be true often does not show the whole picture. But they will also see that what they know and what they are able to do can make a real difference. The author presents a wealth of information about spirituality, psychology, politics, economics and much more. He talks about sustainability and asks some uncomfortable questions – but gives answers that show there is hope. It is a great book for people who are concerned about the world’s status quo and who would like to know whether anything they do can actually make a difference.
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