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Transition 2.0: A Story of Hope and Resilience in Extraordinary Times

Sorry about the late notice, but Transition Coburg, in association with Sharing Abundance and the Moreland Energy Foundation, is screening a film on Sunday 20 May (i.e. tomorrow or perhaps today, depending on when you get this email) at the Coburg library at 3.45 pm. We are showing the new film, Transition 2.0: A Story of Hope and Resilience in Extraordinary Times.

If you are in Melbourne and would like to attend, please feel free to drop in. It promises to be a great film, and it only goes for an hour. It would be wonderful to see some of you there.

For anyone who is interested, there will also be a cup of tea and a discussion afterwards, as I am sure the film will raise many interesting issues.

2 Responses to “Transition 2.0: A Story of Hope and Resilience in Extraordinary Times”

  1. Dear Mr Alexander,
    hello again, I am a translating your excellent work into Farsi (Persian), it is an admirable book, which Iranian people need to absorb every word of it too.

    I have translated Civil Disobedience into Farsi, and have put it in Internet and my weblog.
    I am also going to translate and make available your book, JUST ENOUGH IS PLENTY, for Iranian Readers access.
    But on this way i encountered with some difficult Phrases Of walden, which need some description by you,
    would you please let me send my questions to you?
    THanks a lot beforehand,

    TRULY
    Gh. K.

  2. Samuel Alexander says:

    Please feel free to post any questions you have and I’ll try to answer them. Cheers
    SA

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