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The new issue of Kosmos Journal is just days away. It is titled, ‘The Natural World – Emerging Worldviews and Culture”. Nature speaks to us so eloquently of the need for new ways of living together as a human family. How we live, how we manifest the New Story of harmony and sharing, is the focus of this issue.
In addition to beautiful artwork by our contributors, thoughtful book reviews and insightful readers’ essays, we are thrilled, as always by the passion, depth and vision of our featured contributors. Please take a few moments to sample excerpts from in-depth exclusive articles by Elisabet Sahtouris, Charles Eisenstein, Monica Sharma, and James Quilligan.
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To begin exploring the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Kosmos Journal, just click on the Table of Content screenshots below for a larger view. Enjoy!
By Elisabet Sahtouris, an excerpt from the Spring/Summer 2014 edition of Kosmos Journal
By Charles Eisenstein, an excerpt from the Spring/Summer 2014 edition of Kosmos Journal
By Monica Sharma, an excerpt from the Spring/Summer 2014 edition of Kosmos Journal
By James Quilligan, an excerpt from the Spring/Summer 2014 edition of Kosmos Journal
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