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By: Don Morris

A Companion Workbook for Can We Do Better

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If you have read Can We Do Better? and feel compelled to make a contribution to community and the environment, then this Companion Workbook is for you. It provides a practical, hands-on opportunity to refine your insights into us humans; and to clarify your intentions to build decency, integrity, and accountability within your spheres of influence. The book’s activities will enable you to examine our egoic ‘man-made world’ of dogmas, ideologies, myths, and institutions. It urges readers to confront ‘inconvenient truths’ about various problematic and harmful aspects of historical and contemporary masculinity. This companion workbook is your opportunity to embrace facts and critical thinking, especially in the face of today’s religious, political, and conspiratorial distortions of key human and environmental issues. This book can help you be better-informed; and be strategically values-based, clear-minded and purposeful in your citizenship, stewardship and leadership. Every chapter invites you to reflect deeply with the intention of becoming robustly aware, constructive, responsive, and effective.

This workbook invites readers to develop a systems-awareness of the earth, its ecologies and its peoples. It encourages us to learn from and internalize yin-based, right-hemisphere, First People wisdom. It encourages women and First Peoples to step forward as educators, leaders and role models of Custodianship and care of Country. The Workbook urges us to foster strategic, holistic, and symbiotic ‘Earth-Mother’ principles and priorities as a means of reducing longstanding harms to people and environments. This workbook is a timely, compelling, and practical read for those who want to make a difference.

Don Morris is a family man and a retired veteran social worker. Retirement is fun-filled with family, friends and projects. Don and his wife relax at local coffee shops all over their coastal paradise. Don’s four decades of professional experience integrates counselling, program management, organizational improvement, leadership development, teaching social psychology-based subjects at university, and running his consulting business. Don is people-focused, a big-picture thinker, and a change agent. He is passionate about values, social justice and critical analysis of human issues. Don is incisive, articulate, solution-focused and innovative. He tackles issues with heart, originality, clarity and tenacity. This Companion Workbook reflects Don’s passion, insight, vision and commitment.

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