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It's amazing get access to what king Charles III, still as prince of Wales, think about life. I learn a lot reading this book. His majesty not only put the environmental problems at table, he appoint solutions from organic farming to traces of a new economical system respecting the planet's capacity. It's impressive.
É fantástico ter acesso à mente de Charles III, ainda como príncipe de Gales. Aprendi muito lendo este livro. Sua majestade não só aponta os problemas ambientais, ele apresenta soluções que vão deste produção de alimentos de forma menos agressiva, orgânica, até traços de um novo sistema econômico ou a evolução do atual de forma a respeitar os limites de capacidade do planeta. É impressionante.
.Harmony ' by king Charles is a marvellous book. It's a gold mine of wonderful ideas, where at some places you get dust and soil and stones, while at others you get lumps of gold,and therefore your exploration of the gold mine is worth doing. Charles says, you can't solve environmental and related problems, if you won't change your orientation .Our orientation, he says, should be, "Put Nature at the heart of your consideration ".Yet, in modern times, the people have no place for Nature in their hearts. Charles suggests us 'to travel back in time and to see the world as the ancients saw it'.This is fully true-but today people and govts cut down millions of trees in the name of civilisation, having no reverence for Nature;whereas people in ancient times had deep reverence for trees, streams, rivers and all objects of Nature. So the truth unfolded in this comparison is that a treeless ,anti-life modern civilization is not preferable to the world of our forefathers who were nature lovers and tree lovers. And if we could follow their tenets, 'we realise the timeless view of things which is rooted in human condition and human experience'.Such a feeling or perception is akin to spirituality that the modern men are terribly neglecting. Adopt all palliative measures, you can never solve the environmental problems; get down to the roots of the matter that gives us the life giving earth or the life giving landscape and have the feeling that the trees are your lungs, then the ecological problems will be solved in a few years. Harmony is therefore a superb book, for you get the good taste of it long after you have finished it.I laud king Charles for his inimitable contribution. N.Negi,an English Prof, author of the book Publicly Speak Ecology( see Amazon ;a foreword by king Charles to it is solicited.) and a Youtuber with the channel, Environment and public speaking. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I was astonished by this book. I was astonished by the HRH that wrote it. It has put my view of the man on an entirely different level, and happy I will be to have such a King.
The depth of learning on which his words are based is extraordinary, and I know this because he follows quite uncannilly my own. He brings up many issues I have, quotes the exact verses I have, and tries to help move us forward in ways I haven't yet got to grips with.
I know his basis in philosophy will make a lot wince, but I know what he says is true; it is the very path I started along myself. Since we appear to have walked the same road and come to the same conclusions, there must be something born of right thought in it.
His explanation of the lost ecological essence of the major religions is remarkable to me since I have struggled with the paradox of how far religion has moved away from our Source, the Earth. It is indeed this fracture that has made us believe we are masters of the planet. Man cannot create one blade of grass! We are made up of the rocks and minerals, the air, water, and bacteria of this planet - we are part of it, and it is all of us. We do not exist without it, we are One.
He has done a very remarkable and brave job of pulling the threads together. I agree entirely that we must control ourselves - our population size - or we will go beyond the Earth's willingness to sustain us. This is critical; solving our insane lack of selfcontrol, and sealing the rift between knowledge and knowing, selfishness and community, human and all else, is vital.
Science is a mode of enquiry and it has given us much, but it is only that. There is much that we do not know, much that we never will. We are viewing the world through a letterbox and it's about time we got a much wider holistic outlook whilst there is still beauty to be dreamed.
I absolutely love this book. It is a must read for every environmentalist, activist and should be for every student.
It is about our environment and the tell tale signs of how damaged it is, why and how it got this way and what we can all do about it. He speaks of "modernism" and the human races' shunning of its bond to nature and how this is unnatural to us and how shunning nature affects us. He briefly covers many subjects, many people do not realize what aspects of our lives that the environment and nature affect. He talks about Nature and its relation to health, healing, communities, crime, behavioral health, food, architecture, religion, math, etc. (The first two chapters are not for the faint of heart, however just like getting over a bad habit, you to admit you have it in order to start recovery so don't lose heart!)
I like the middle chapters; the history (and culture) of how before medieval times we all "lived off the land", how we got here stiffed with our current attitudes and about the Catholic churches involvement.
I shun "modernity" myself, I have felt this way a long time and frankly, I think it was great of Prince Charles to put it in black and white for people that think and feel like I do (a huge impact on people, today-a must read!). He is a very intelligent man, very in tune to all things around him, eloquent and also some humor here and there. The environment and nature touches our lives in so many aspects(aside from the current and immediate dangers), he brings this all together in one very well thought out/laid out book.
A definite addition to my activist library. I bought one for myself and 6 (so far) for friends, family and associates. It's that good and the message is that important! You will feel enlightened by the time you are at the end of the book. Enjoy!
I'm not a fan of Royalty but my rating of the Prince of Wales rose measurably in response to this book. It is an intelligent appraisal of where we are at, and far more than a coffee table book, though as beautifully produced as such an item. His analysis, influenced no doubt by the views of his erudite co-writers, spells out the difficulties the world faces. Yet despite our staring ecological disaster in the face, the book puts a positive slant on what can be done to rescue the situation. He's not talking just about the economic and ecological issues facing us all, but about our existence as a species with a spiritual component. In my humble view we're doomed since greed, selfishness and seeking short term gain seem (to me) to be essential characteristics of the human species. Unless these human shortcomings are overcome the positive outcomes he suggests are possible will surely still be overwhelmed until the situation is too late to rectify. But a good read nonetheless. I only wish his perspective was realistic.
With Prince Charles, soon to be crowned King Charles, in the news, I wanted to read about his environmental work and positions. I was happily surprised to find the book full of pictures from all over the world, and from different eras. I've only started it, but is appears to be well written and thoughtful.
A quick dip into this book is all that is necessary to establish that it is written by the Prince and not ghost written in his name. The terminology the enthusiasm and the vast accumulated sometimes first hand knowledge, which only one such as the Prince would possess; is demonstrated throughout. The author accepts that he has his critics which he refers to as the ''usual suspect but is not deterred.
The book is a balance between an academic work and a dose of realism. It is not a book which can be read from begining to end in one go it requires time.
Many of the ideas put forward by the author fly in the face of people such as some academics and those who believe that science is the answer to all. The author questions the effect on society of technology such as computers as the 'fait accompli' with which so many are forced.
This book reminds the reader to appreciate the beauty that exists whilst is still does.
Anyone who considers themselves to be well informed should spend time with this book with an open mind and then, ask themselves,
This was a fine summary of the new King Charles III and his work at ecological and architectural preservation as an answer to our ecological crisis. His vision is holistic and practical. Great illustrations serve his text very well.
With this book, he has delivered a compelling grasp of the menacing realities of our troubled planet, with its environmental challenges. Without a political bias, he provides extensive insights into how our future can be preserved for tomorrow.