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"I have now had a chance to read through most of One Small Difference and it is really great. It is inspiring  and practical. I love its warm friendly tone, and the skillful, caring way you guide people to embody their concerns and their passions. Blessings as this  goes out into the world, and as this inspired work grows."  Jack Kornfield, author of The Wise Heart

"Kerry Nelson recognizes the deep, unspoken desire in every person's heart: to connect and be of service.  Her beauty of a book brings trust and motivation to the hesitant as well as renewed inspiration to the veteran activist.  For the sake of life on Earth, may it find its way into many hands!" Joanna Macy, author, Coming Back to Life

"How many of us who care about all the suffering in this world wonder, 'What can I possibly do? Where would I begin?' Kerry Nelson gives us the answers and an excellent roadmap in her inspiring book. This accessible and profound step-by-step guidebook takes us gently by the hand and shows how engagement is not only possible but fulfilling, meaningful and contagious. I love this book!”  James Baraz, author of Awakening Joy

"A reflective book on taking action in a disturbing world. Easy clear steps toward engagement, wise, gentle approaches to what holds us back. I want to give this book to young friends graduating and older friends retiring—all those who are having earnest conversations right now about what is happening around us.” Louise Dunlap, Author Undoing the Silence: Six Tools for Social Change Writing

"I was delighted and moved. Kerry Nelson skillfully weaves together quotes, the suggested exercises, and the basic wisdom -- how to be an activist and retain your sanity -- or better yet, how being an activist might lead to your sanity.” Wes “Scoop” Nisker, author of You are Not Your Fault

Thanks for your thoughtful book. One Small Difference is a very practical guide that will empower people to put their values into action. You’ve done well to include and share the insights from activists involved in various issues and from all over the world.” Isao Fujimoto, Community Activist

This book is a generous, informative, educated, personal, interpersonal, collective, heartfelt, soulful, and rich offering. With each page, I felt inspired, encouraged, supported, and empowered to engage. Kerry Nelson guided the way compassionately and mindfully--engaging self, relationship, and our world--so deserved of our listening, response and love. I read this book... every inch...and when it ended, I wished there was more!” Cindy Davis, Creator of Bee Spirits 

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