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Author Vincent Kwan shares incisive insights and solutions for the current environmental crisis.
Canada (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
While the steady rise in global population make it seem like the human race is doing well, diminishing resources and other life forms hint at a different story. According to the Worldwatch Institute “We are in the midst of a mass extinction, an event not seen since the disappearance of the dinosaurs, 65 million years ago”. In his new book, “I-Ching: Nature, the Law of Change”, author Vincent Kwan examines the drastic environmental and societal changes sweeping across the globe in the light of one of the most influential Chinese philosophies.
One of the oldest Chinese classic texts, the I-Ching is built on the ideas of the dynamic balance of opposites, the evolution of events and the acceptance of the inevitability of change. Kwan’s work explains the principles of I-Ching in simple terms and uses these concepts to analyze the changes taking place in nature and in the global populations and come up with practical solutions. “I-Ching: Nature, the Law of Change” also includes a pertinent discussion on the role of society and the government in what is taking place.
"The main purpose of this Book is Applying I-Ching Yin-Yang Exchanges & Metamorphosis Principles to warn the people and help them take due diligence towards the current Global & Environmental crisis. It concludes with an appeal for people live in Harmony to excise and practice principles like using green energies, recycling, natural ecology, saving the God-given environment, and thus saving the world," says Kwan.
Thought-provoking and relevant, “I-Ching: Nature, the Law of Change” is a worthy addition to the ongoing debate on the current environmental crisis. This volume will serve well both as a starting place for beginners and a source of shrewd insights and solutions for experts.
“I-Ching: Nature, the Law of Change” will be featured at the 2013 Taipei Book Fair in Taipei, Taiwan, on January 30 – February 4, 2013 and at the 2013 Beijing Book Fair in Beijing, China, on August 28 – September 1, 2013. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
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Nature, the Law of Change
Publication Date: October 31, 2012
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