The role of spiritual discipline in learning to dwell on earth

@inproceedings{Zimmerman1985TheRO,
  title={The role of spiritual discipline in learning to dwell on earth},
  author={M. Zimmerman},
  year={1985}
}
Western people, particularly North Americans, are action-oriented and voluntaristic. For two centuries at least, we have sought to alter our social and economic conditions to bring about a new and better world. Today, faced with an environmental crisis that results largely from the attempt to improve the world through industrialization, we hear much talk about the need to learn how to dwell in harmony with the earth. What is required, we are told, is a new way of thinking, a ‘paradigm shift… Expand
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