Adult Nonfiction QL31.G58 A3 1999
Summary: Based upon the many scientific, personal, and spiritual experiences that have graced and shaped her outlook on life, Jane Goodall is convinced there is a higher purpose to life, and that this purpose can best be served by developing and nourishing a deep respect for life in all its forms, as well as an on-goingcommitment to seek and understand the spiritual ties that bind us to the natural world. In this book, Dr. Goodall takes readers through the pivotal events in her life, and in doing so, touches upon such topics as faith and love, mysticism and science, evil and evolution, and the existence of the soul and God. She sheds light not only on why millions of people are hungry for meaning, but offers readers a message of hope that is heartfelt, thought-provoking, and profoundly inspiring. Through the Jane Goodall Institute, Dr. Goodall has been the featured speaker in forums around the globe. She sells between 500 and 1,000 copies of her backlist titles at each appearance and will publicize this book during her upcoming North American tour. Jane Goodall has been featured in numerous National Geographic TV specials and magazines, and is an esteemed and influential leader in the environmental and animal rights movements. When shes not traveling, Jane Goodall divides her time between England and Tanzania. Phillip Berman is a comparative religionist trained at Harvard Divinity School and is the author of several award-winning books. Also available as a Time Warner AudioBook.
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