The Cannabis Manifesto is both a call to action and a radical vision of humans' relationship with this healing but controversial plant. Steve DeAngelo, the founder of Harborside Health Center, the world's largest medical-cannabis dispensary, presents a compelling case for cannabis as a wellness catalyst that must be legalized. His view that there is no such thing as recreational cannabis use challenges listeners to rethink everything they thought they knew about marijuana. The Cannabis Manifesto answers essential questions about the plant, using extensive research to fuel a thoughtful discussion about cannabis science and law as well as its biological, mental, and spiritual effects on human beings. With a cultural critic's eye peering through the lens of social justice, DeAngelo explains how cannabis prohibition has warped our most precious institutions - from the family to the workplace to the doctor's office and the courtroom. In calling for a realistic national policy on a substance that has been used by half of all Americans, this essential primer will forever change the way the world thinks about cannabis, its benefits, and the laws governing its use.
©2017 Steve DeAngelo (P)2017 Random House Audio
CAUTION: Creativity. -WritersAnonymous.org Funny, powerful & moving. -NPR. Listen now at: radioboston.wbur.org/2012/07/02/sevens-short-storie Enjoy this delightful new genre of wordplay. [said in exactly 7 words of course] -Prof. Steven Pinker, Harvard University Seven At The Sevens is for writers interested in building a successful and supportive literary community. -Princeton University Alumni Magazine If you love writing, this book will make you feel connected with a passionate & funny group of people who share your love. The illustrations are memorable, & sometimes haunting. The quotes from Hemingway & others will inspire you. Goes with Charlie Haden's American Dream. -American novelist Barry Eisler, San Francisco A stroll down Charles Street in Beacon Hill feels like a step back in time the 19th century, in fact. Stop at 77 Charles St. & you'll find yourself at The Sevens Pub, a historic establishment that opened in 1933. If it happens to be a Tuesday night at 7, you'll often see a group of writers huddled in the left window of the pub, discussing everything from Walt Whitman to the origin of the universe. They are WritersAnonymous. -Boston Globe As you savor these succinct musings, you realize you do not need a lot of words to convey something poignant and powerful. It is above all the brevity of the language that is the engine that provides the inspiration that perhaps, will enable you to embrace the challenge with both trepidation and delight. -Publisher/Editor, Norman Goldman, Montreal Due to this volume our campus book club is now a writers group. -Student, Dartmouth College On most good days, if we're not trying to suck the cerebral cortex out of some wannabe writer's eye sockets, at The Rag we like nothing more than the opportunity to vomit chunks on some new book. But this isn't the case with Seven At The Sevens. Buy it & read it. -The Rag, Lower East Side, NY
©2011 WritersAnonymous (P)2013 Red Planet Audiobooks
In this Christian classic, late pastor and evangelist A. W. Tozer brings the mystics to bear on modern spirituality, grieving the hustle and bustle and calling for a slow, steady gaze upon God. With prophetic vigor and flowing prose, he urges us to replace low thoughts of God with lofty ones, to quiet our lives so we can know God's presence. He reminds us that life apart from God is really no life at all.
Public Domain (P)2017 Andy Barnett