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There Is a Tomorrow Redux David Nazar

There Is a Tomorrow Redux

David Nazar

Published September 10th 2012
ISBN : 9781477209288
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 About the Book 

As we look toward the beginning of a new century, new ideas, new perspectives, and new approaches to our society need and deserve careful attention. I know how difficult writing can be, and I commend you for the time and effort you have invested inMoreAs we look toward the beginning of a new century, new ideas, new perspectives, and new approaches to our society need and deserve careful attention. I know how difficult writing can be, and I commend you for the time and effort you have invested in your book.Former Vice President, Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Al GoreIn these times we need hope and vision more than anything else. This is a book that offers both. It is a story about John, who time travels one hundred years into the future to witness some of the positive changes that will occur in society and the world. At heart, the tale is a sweet, spiritual, environmental story, but its real power is the authors ability to involve the readers imagination in the exploration of the world as it could evolve. There is a Tomorrow made me think about what it will take to break out of our selfish, me-first, consumer and greed-oriented society, and about how we can replace it with a more spiritual, creative, Earth-sensitive and community-oriented future. In visualization, one of the first rules involves creating an ideal future scene, as realistic and believable in your minds eye as possible. David Nazars prose does just that, providing a wealth of details that leaves just enough space for the readers imagination to spark them into life. I believe the message in this book is a tremendous gift to the planet, a tool that can act as a catalyst to bring about positive social change. With so much focus on the problems of our present, it is a joy and a relief to be taken by the hand and shown an alternative vision of society, where humanitys best instincts rise to the occasion. The telling and retelling of such stories may be the first step in achieving that reality. Sophia Zilla