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(Parallax Press–23,000 copies in print.)

by Claude Whitmyer and others.

Arnold Toynbee, Author & Historian

 

" The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play."

Arnold Toynbee,

1889-1975

Foreword: Before the Fall by Ernest Callenbach.

Introduction: Doing Well by Doing Good by Claude Whitmyer

What's In The Book?

This anthology explores the integration of mindfulness and ethics in the workplace. In these pages some of the leading thinkers and doers of our time: Robert Aitken — Rick Fields  — Shakti Gawain — Thich Nhat Hanh — Sam Keen — Ellen Langer — Joanna Macy — E. F. Schumacher — Marsha Sinetar — Gary Snyder — Shunryu Suzuki —  Tarthang Tulku and many others share their insights on the practice and value of working and of finding work that is meaningful, life-affirming, and non-exploitative.

Mindfulness and Meaningful Work:

  • Deepens your understanding of the concept of right livelihood
  • Shows how to go about overcoming the obstacles in your path
  • Helps you find and maintain meaningful, satisfying work
  • Encourages you to live in a way that
    increases your:
    • Sense of self-worth
    • Inner peace
    • Purpose
Pai Chang gardening.

"No work, no eat."

Pai Chang,

Zen Master (720–814 CE)