Sulak Sivaraksa, one of Asia’s foremost social thinkers and activists, sheds critical light on the “religion of consumerism” and the “Think-Big” strategy of development. Sivaraksa draws on his Buddhist tradition to offer alternatives to these destructive patterns of living that threaten our planet.
Founder of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, Sulak Sivaraksa has been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize.
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What a welcome event is this book by one of the heroes of our time, for now Sulak Sivaraksa’s courageous life and work in Southeast Asia can inspire people throughout the world. To the soul-destroying, Earth-destroying religions of consumerism, greed, and exploitation, he brings deep wisdom and refreshingly sane alternatives. —Joanna Macy, World as Lover, World as Self