How the Leopard Changed its Spots — Interactive eBook

$24.95

Interactive Living Book:  this online 1st edition of Julian Gresser’s latest book, How the Leopard Changed its Spots, is hosted by this website, and you will receive a 2 year online access.  The eBook is different than others, such as Kindle on Amazon, because it provides extensive web links to other sites, media, video, and otherwise unavailable resources.  It uses advanced interactive “flipbook” technology, and is suitable for easy reading on laptops, desktops, and tablets on any web browser.

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Description

We are entering an extraordinary new phase in human history where Dystopian and Utopian forces are pulling us apart and bringing us together at exponential speed. Real time Dystopia or Utopia. It is a chilling thought. With Open AI and other frontier technologies Dystopia or Utopia have become a living reality. How the Leopard Changed its Spots makes the fundamental point that each of us, in our own way, has a choice. We needn’t become slaves to these exciting technologies. We are the makers of our destinies. And it can occur simply by the practice of Just Click! which activates the Heart’s energy field of Love, and then uses it to guide the Mind and convert its Wisdom into action. The book begins the journey.

EARLY REVIEWS!

“Julian Gresser is among the most widely thoughtful people of his generation. How the leopard changed its spots is as deep as it is wide in topical scope. His journey to save us from species self-destruction has been a life truly worth living. This a great book impossible to put down. Every page is filled with wisdom and spiritual energy.” Stephen G. Post, PhD, Director of Medical Humanities, Professor of Family, Population and Preventive Medicine, Stony Brook University

“This magisterial book made me “stop-look-go”. It promotes desirable ingenuity, rather than innovation. It weaves together wiser, overlapping futures. Gresser is a world expert in the “hard” humanities. The hard humanities are an attempt to redefine and focus the humanities to apply knowledge to solve social problems in a complex system of 8 billion humans. Gresser applies Einstein’s dictum to solve our problems in other ways than we used to create them. He has changed my thinking, favorably, often, in the half century I have known him.” Roger Malina, PhD, Professor of Art and Technology, Professor of Physics, University of Texas, Houston; Executive Director Emeritus, Leonardo

“Thank you again Julian for the  gift of your book –  your valedictory address to your life, and to life itself. The ‘evolutionary values’ you explore and articulate so masterfully, is a kind of Dharma of its own accord. It’s also—I sense—a love poem to your wise teachers of all faiths, the opportunities that have befallen and engaged you and to your beloved Angela (all part of your Sangha!). Those of us—your family heritage and friends- can only count the leopard spots, even as they continuously change.” Randall Weingarten, MD Adjunct Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford Medical School

I can say that the book is a highly interesting portrayal of the development and changing foci of one of the most formidable intellects that I have encountered and that the emphasis on love of mankind, nature, the universe is the only recipe that can save us in the end. Peter L. Murray, Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard University

“Your beautiful and fascinating book arrived last weekend. It is so beautifully written, thoughtful and inspiring, and we’re taking our time to digest and fully appreciate the wisdom and peacefulness which pervades the book.” Doug Wood, Founder and Director Americans for Responsible Technology. 

PLEASE NOTE:

This eBook is only viewable on this website using any browser by purchasers.  It is not downloadable or printable. It cannot be viewed in, or transferred to, a Kindle device, and is only viewable using devices that include a web browser. It is designed for desktop, laptop, or tablet screen size reading, but not presently on mobile phones.