The Chronicles of the Upheavals

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About the author:
DR. SHARIFF ABDULLAH is an award-winning author, activist and advocate for inclusivity and societal transformation. Shariff's meta-vision and mission are simple: we can create a world that works for all beings.

Shariff promotes heart-centered inclusivity, compassionate dialog, and a society based on vision and a localized and alternative political economy. His vision and work are informed by his inclusive spiritual practices (which include and transcend "religion"), his growing up with racism and generational poverty, and his inclusivity experiences in over 100 distinct cultures, spanning 43 countries.

Consultant and Trainer: Shariff consults with organizations, including government agencies, businesses and social service organizations. He has trained thousands of executives, managers and workers in the skills and techniques of authentic, effective leadership, helping them successfully navigate the challenges of "unseen culture".

Wisdom Teacher: Shariff's visionary wisdom has been showcased in organizations like the Green Business Conference and Green Festivals. Shariff has been a sought-after speaker and teacher for Consciousness and Human Potential organizations, as well as several international forums in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

As an author, Shariff has written several paradigm-shifting books, including:

The Power of One: Authentic Leadership in Turbulent Times [New Society Publishers, (1990)]. This book makes the case for a new type of leadership and a new understanding of why we need it. This slim book has been referred to as "a revolution in consciousness", and has been in continuous print for over 25 years.

Creating a World That Works for All [Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1999]. Winner of the "Book of the Year" award from the Independent Book Publishers Association, this comprehensive book makes the case for a global society based on the value of inclusivity: "We are One".

Seven Seeds for a New Society [Commonway Press, 2009]. Articulates the philosophy, theory and practice of a radically new way to envision society. Instead of systems and structures based on adversarial processes (capitalist, communist and everything in between).

Practicing Inclusivity (with Leslie Hamilton) [CreateSpace Publishing, 2015]. A self-guided training workbook for inclusivity, Practicing Inclusivity is used by individuals, small groups and large organizations to develop greater degrees of inclusivity and connectedness.

The Chronicles of the Upheavals

Book One of "The Metamorphosis of Humanity

Authored by Shariff M. Abdullah
Edition: 1

It's the year 2125, and the human world has had its mega-crises. The history of the 21st Century was dominated by "The Upheavals": every crisis that threatened humanity happened. Just about everything that could go wrong, did.

"The Upheavals" took a heavy toll... billions of humans perished in the human-caused cataclysms.

Despite the Upheavals, humanity made it. From the shock of dysfunction and the fog of denial, humanity moved into new ways of working with each other and working with the Earth. (Actually, a lot of old ways...)

Humanity makes it, because of the visionary work of the Awakening Movement, catalyzed by the mysterious "Culture Council". What for some was "The End" was really "The Transformation".

After an Introduction from 2125 by the Culture Council, the "Upheavals" starts at 2025, with the rescue of a street kid and his learning of the ways and values of one Awakening Center. Through his interactions with his fellow novices and his superiors, he learns to accept the mission of the Awakening Centers in providing a realistic pathway through the Upheavals. Through this young novice (with an old attitude and a new name), we learn how the brave new world of the 21st Century takes shape.

Publication Date:
1533561389 / 9781533561381
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic

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