Right Now

TitleRight Now
Year for Search1992
AuthorsEgeberg, Olaf (b. 1937)
Date Published[1992]
PublisherMcGee Street Press
Place PublishedWashington, DC
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia based on cooperation with the focus on small communities. Refers to a number of intentional communities as models. Suggests the need for a universal language such as Esperanto. The book ends with specific suggestions on how to start at the local level. See also his Coming Home: A Crossover Bible for Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other religious faiths, as well as thoroughly non-religious persons. Np.: Lulu Press, 2006.  http://changesahead.net/files/TheBook.pdf

Info Notes

See also his Coming Home: A Crossover Bible for Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other religious faiths, as well as thoroughly non-religious persons. Np.: Lulu Press, 2006. See also his Coming Home: A Crossover Bible for Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other religious faiths, as well as thoroughly non-religious persons. Np.: Lulu Press, 2006.  http://changesahead.net/files/TheBook.pdf

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(b. 1937)

Full Text

[1992] Egeberg, Olaf (b. 1937). Right Now. Washington, DC: McGee Street Press. Includes an Index (106-18). A 1995, longer ed. has the subtitle Living in a World That Works Well, but no copy is available. PSt

Eutopia based on cooperation with the focus on small communities. Refers to a number of intentional communities as models. Suggests the need for a universal language such as Esperanto. The book ends with specific suggestions on how to start at the local level. See also his Coming Home: A Crossover Bible for Christians, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and members of other religious faiths, as well as thoroughly non-religious persons. Np.: Lulu Press, 2006.  http://changesahead.net/files/TheBook.pdf