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Claire Wolfe, one of the best free thinking writers of our time, writes here about not banging your head against a wall and burning out over causes dear to you. Whether conservative, liberal, or libertarian or anything further left or right, she offers balance and ideas for focusing what is important in your life. Her style is breezy, sometimes humorous, and makes you think: "yea, I know just what you mean, Claire!". You care about your principles and get frustrated as the rest of the them just need bread and circuses. Sometimes do you feel overwhelmed and like you are beating your head against a brick wall. Feels good when you stop, doesn't it? It is a workbook that asks pointed questions about your motives, your priorities, and how you can be more effective in meeting your personal goals of activism in a balanced way. It is not deep mystical stuff, but it connects you to a reality that says you cannot be everything to everyone, nor fix everything that ails the planet.
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