Global Sense wins 2012 Nautilus Award
The 2012 edition of Global Sense has won the 2012 Silver Nautilus Award for Best Social Change Book. A previous edition won the 2007 Silver Nautilus Award for Best Social Change Book.
For 25 years, the Nautulus Awards have recognized books and audio books that promote spiritual growth, conscious living, and positive social change as they stimulate the imagination and inspire the reader to new possibilities for a better world.
The Nautilus Book Awards, founded and coordinated by Marilyn McGuire, are named for the mollusk whose beautiful, pearl-lined shell contains chambers of increasing size which the sea creature constructs for itself as it grows. The nautilus symbolizes both ancient wisdom and expanding horizons; both the elegance of nature and a continual growth of understanding and awareness.
Judah is in good company. Notable winners of prior Nautilus Awards include Deepak Chopra, Caroline Myss, Barbara Kingsolver, Frances Moore Lappe’, Marianne Williamson Thich Nhat Hanh, Jean Houston, Eckhart Tolle, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Hazel Henderson, Riane Eisler, Matthew Fox, Thom Hartmann, Amy Goodman, Andrew Weil, David Korten, Lynne McTaggart, Gary Zukav, Naomi Wolf, and others.
All of the award winners will be announced publicly in May. For more information, please visit NautilusBookAwards.com.