Resilience through reading: Horizon Books honors local luminary with display
With respect we repost this. As Bob said many times, “you should read this book?
Community elder, luminary, and cranky pirate Bob Russell from the Neahtawanta Inn and Center isn’t known by everyone, but he sure is known by a lot of us in the community, across the state and in the country. He’s worked on hyper-local projects and he’s worked on international projects, ranging from septage treatment plants to NGO communication networks. Bob is currently living with cancer and the uncertainty of the next stage is part of everyday. If you know Bob, you know that he has spent a lifetime contemplating the uncertainty of the here-and-now and how large, centralized, and impersonal systems have created dangerous dependence on unsustainable regimes. The academic term for this study is resilience.
Recently, Horizon Books set up a display of Bob’s recommended must reads from his rather large library. You’ll find it on its own stand, by the front door next to the spinning stand of cards. No links are provided below…
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