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I bought this book months ago and I still haven't finished reading it. I've found I can't just gobble it up like most books - I have to stop and think and digest and get my head around a different conception of reality. It's not that it's hard to understand (although I have to admit I struggled a little with some of the more scientific chapters), it's just that it takes a lot of digesting and it's full of deeply satisfying 'aha' moments when you get a glimpse of the awesomely amazing interconnectedness of everything. And you just want to sit and contemplate the implications of what you're learning before taking more information in.
This synthesis is astounding. The way Capra writes is so clear and concise, it guides your thoughts to the ideas he's trying to convey so eloquently. I can't speak for people who have never even heard of deep ecology or systems thinking, as I was already interested, but this book has quite literally changed the way I see the world. Really, for your own sake, read this book.
This book is one of the most important of my books. It gives an impression of the importance of the conception of live in nature. It should lead to the understanding of the even more important conception of inorganic life in cosmos. [...]. The universe as a whole is an inorganic living body, with a total livetime of about 28 billion years.