In the Realm of highest possibilities, what could America look like in 50 years? What kinds of changes would have to occur in order for that to happen? How can an individual or an institution best contribute to such change? And what is the deeper story trying to emerge within this nation and the world?
Best-selling author Marianne Williamson posed these questions to nearly 40 of her well-known contemporaries, inviting them to open their imaginations to all the possibilities that could exist. Imagine is their collective response: a powerful, provocative, and compelling vision of a better America, and a prescriptive call to action for significant positive change.
Imagine...an inner-oriented system of "restorative justice" in which everyone affected - victims, offenders, families, and communities - comes together and exchanges stories to gain a deeper understanding of one another's circumstances and motives, then collectively determines a fair course of action.
Imagine...a national network of revamped hospitals that integrates the physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of health, combining traditional scientific medicine with alternative methods in a team-oriented, holistic approach to healing.
Imagine...a country where neighbors talk, eat, and laugh together; where people know and care for one another; where work is rewarding and fulfilling, and everyone - young and old - has plenty of time for play.
Imagine... a total transformation of our political system, our socioeconomic structure, our personal relationships, and our relationship with the Divine.
Between the covers of Imagine, an unprecedented assembly of America's foremost visionaries, academics, activists, and spiritual leaders - including Deepak Chopra, Dean Ornish, John Robbins, John Gray, Sarah Ban Breathnach, Bell hooks, and Thomas Moore - addresses issues of personal, internal transformation as well as institutional, external change, recognizing that the internal and external find peace within ourselves before we can change the world around us.
Today, America is plagued by darkness, home to a plethora of problems and millions of troubled souls. Imagine moves beyond the present, aiming a shining beacon of light on a brighter tomorrow.
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