QUEZON CITY, Philippines (PRWEB) March 27, 2017
Today, we are defined by a growing list of categories- political notions, religious convictions and economic standing. To Dr. Serafin Talisayon, it is these differences that have led to a divided planet that is polluted by conflict, war, and suffering.
But Planet Earth is not beyond redemption. In fact, the solution to overcoming years of man-made rifts could lie in everyday contributions. Dr. Talisayon illustrates how individual actions contribute to global repair in “Healing Our Divided Planet: Stories of Transboundary Learning for Our Grandchildren.”
“Healing Our Divided Planet” enlightens readers about the various divides that threaten the planet and offers tactics for overcoming them. Dr. Talisayon offers relatable stories from his own quest to uncover solutions and eradicate the barriers between us. He defines dangers on a global scale and shares tips on how individuals can help heal society with their individual efforts.
“The divisions amongst us did not form overnight,” Dr. Talisayon said. “Likewise, the solutions for bringing our planet together will need generations to come to fruition. Healing Our Divided Planet presents readers with small, meaningful acts they can take today to contribute to the healing process that will come with time.”
“Healing Our Divided Planet” will help anyone willing and ready to contribute to a better tomorrow. For more information on the author and book, please visit http://www.healingourdividedplanet.com.
“Healing Our Divided Planer: Stories of Transboundary Learning for Our Grandchildren”
By Serafin Talisayon
ISBN: 9781504366335 (hardcover) 9781504366328 (softcover) 9781504366427 (ebook)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
Dr. Serafin Talisayon was Assistant Director-General of the National Security Council under the Office of the President of the Philippines. He was Deputy Dean of the Institute of Strategic Studies and a retired professor from the University of the Philippines. He is a grandfather to three American boys – Danilo, Gabino and Juan – and two Filipino boys – Elias and Diego.
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