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Book Title: Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life|
The author of the book: Zoe Weil
Edition: Atria Books
Date of issue: January 6th 2009
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With a world steeped in materialism, environmental destruction, and injustice, what can one individual possibly do to change it? While the present obstacles we face may seem overwhelming, author and humane educator Zoe Weil shows us that change doesn't have to start with an army. It starts with you. Through her straightforward approaches to living a MOGO, or "most good," life, she reveals that the true path to inner peace doesn't require a retreat from the world. Rather, she gives the reader powerful and practicable tools to face these global issues, and improve both our planet and our personal lives.
Weil explores direct ways to become involved with the community, make better choices as consumers, and develop positive messages to live by, showing readers that their simple decisions really can change the world. Inspiring and remarkably inclusive of the interconnected challenges we face today, Most Good, Least Harm is the next step beyond "green" -- a radical new way to empower the individual and motivate positive change.
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Read information about the authorInstitute for Humane Education(IHE). In addition to creating the M.Ed. and certificate programs for IHE and leading IHE’s Sowing Seeds and MOGO (Most Good) workshops, Zoe Weil is the author of The Power and Promise of Humane Education (2004) for educators, Above All, Be Kind: Raising a Humane Child in Challenging Times (2003) for parents, and Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life (January 2009). She has also written books for young people, including Claude and Medea: The Hellburn Dogs (2007) about 12-year-old activists inspired by an eccentric substitute teacher who’s really a humane educator, and So, You Love Animals: An Action-Packed, Fun-Filled Book to Help Kids Help Animals (2004). She has written numerous articles on humane education and humane living and has appeared frequently on radio and television.
Zoe speaks regularly at universities, conferences, schools, churches, and in communities around the United States and Canada. She has also served as a consultant on humane education to people and organizations around the world.
Zoe received a Master’s in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School (1988) and a Master’s in English Literature from the University of Pennsylvania (1983). She is certified in Psychosynthesis counseling, a form of psychotherapy which relies upon the intrinsic power of each person’s imagination to promote growth, creativity, health, and transformation.
Zoe lives with her husband, teenage son, and several rescued animals at the Institute for Humane Education in Surry, Maine.