in the book’s afterword leonardo boff offers perspective: viewing not only the stories and images in this book but also recent social movements such as the arab spring and occupy, he sees not a planetary death but a planetary birth–still painful and fraught with danger but necessarily so. ‘throughout the planet we can perceive the awakening of a new consciousness, and the urgency of creating a sense of common destiny and belonging of all with one another and mother earth.’ he offers life. after centuries of increasing alienation, he offers re-union. he offers hope as we come to the place we never left–home. image by tomi nytorp.

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