I have read a few books in the last little while that I don’t think I have added here. Maybe I have, but here goes –
Serving God, Saving The Planet by Matthew Sleeth.
Serve God, Save the Planet addresses the questions:
- How can I live a more godly, equitable, and meaningful life?
- How can I help people today and in the future?
- How can I be less materialistic?
- How can I live a more charitable life?
- What would happen if I led a slower-paced existence?
The Permaculture Home Garden by Linda Woodrow
Inspired by her own training in permaculture, Linda Woodrow has devised a totally integrated organic system of gardening that combines science with common sense. In The Permaculture Home Garden she draws us into a warmly welcoming household where everyone shares the planting, helps to tend the hens, and relaxes after a satisfying day’s work.
Step-by-step instructions and helpful diagrams make it easy to plan and plant a garden to suit your taste and space – a garden that not only looks wonderful but also yields bountiful fruit, herbs and vegetables.
Currently Reading a couple of interesting reads;
Hugh Mackay’s new book, Advance Australia Where?
I copied a review for you – What will the next generation of children be like? Why have we lost interest in politics? Why are our houses getting bigger while our households are shrinking? How serious is the surge of interest in ‘values’ and ‘spirituality’? Is multiculturalism dead? Has our egalitarian ideal collapsed under the weight of a more competitive, more divided society? Fifteen years ago, Hugh Mackay wrote the bestseller Reinventing Australia that analysed, with forensic skill, what was happening to our society. Now, in Advance Australia … Where? he takes another long, hard look at us. While we enjoy unprecedented levels of prosperity and the promise of more to come, we are still battling an epidemic of depression, taking on record levels of debt, and yearning for a deeper sense of meaning in our lives. While many Australians complain about feeling powerless and isolated, Mackay sees some encouraging signs that we are learning how to absorb the impact of the revolutionary changes that have reshaped us.
Also just started today –
Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community by Wendell Berry
Just started so all I can tell you is that is has me and I am about to curl up for a night of reading, but here are the contents –
The Joy of Sales Resistance;
Conservation and Local Economy;
Out of Your Car, Off Your Horse;
Conservation is Good Work;
A Bad Big Idea;
The Problem of Tobacco;
Peaceableness Toward Enemies;
Christianity and the Survival of Creation;
Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community