Books for a Human World


Today the task of building a human and nonviolent world that corresponds to the aspirations of people becomes more urgent each day. With every area of existence in turmoil, no single genre encompasses the needed breadth. The books in this catalog include both fiction and nonfiction with the unifying thread that each title addresses some facet of the need to connect with our deepest aspirations and express the best within us in both individual and social life toward a “universal human nation.”

With titles from Silo (1938-2010), known as “the Sage of the Andes,” and other authors from around the world, these books bring international perspectives that are demonstrating a wide appeal to growing numbers of readers across our increasingly connected planet.


  1. New Books on Silo’s Message. The book Silo’s Message consists of three parts: The Book, the Experience, and the Path. The Manual for Messengers consists of Formative Themes and Practices that are useful guides for personal change for those participating in Silo’s Message. In the brief work Commentaries on Silo's Message the author offers illuminating insights into key topics that can give deeper understanding of this profound and timely message.

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