I can attest that Mr. Forer’s grasp of the nature of awakened mind is perfectly in accord with those teachings, as well as those of the other great wisdom traditions. And his understanding of what has been going on for at least the last hundred years in ‘the Holy Land’is nearly a carbon copy of mine. – Roger Tucker

Wake Up and Reclaim Your Humanity: Essays on the Tragedy of Israel-Palestine

Wake Up and Reclaim Your Humanity tells the true story of a lifelong supporter of Israel who underwent a remarkable spiritual awakening in which he realized he was as much Muslim or Christian as Jew and as much Palestinian as Israeli or American. Existential fear and confusion, the hallmarks of separate identities, were transformed into compassion and clarity and an unequivocal vision of the roots of suffering spontaneously arose. Recognizing that endless conflict only leads to alienation from our true selves, this book encourages readers to look at the documented history of the Israel-Palestine tragedy and get in touch with how they view and interpret that history. It offers readers a path that leads to freedom from false beliefs, enemy images, and the illusion of identity to equal rights for all people and a just peace between Palestinians and Israelis.

“An astonishing and groundbreaking commentary, Wake Up and Reclaim Your Humanity is the first book EVER written that explains the root cause of the Israel-Palestine tragedy. Wrestling with the question, “why do normally decent people, who ordinarily believe in justice, support indecency and injustice?”, this book provides answers that are critical to a deeper understanding of the human condition and profoundly clarifying in their ability to alleviate the confusion that has permeated the subject for generations. ” -J.J. Hebert, #1 Amazon Bestselling Author.

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Richard Forer’s first book, Breakthrough: Transforming Fear into Compassion, details his life-changing encounter with a new humanity-affirming Conscious Reality. — Sharon Kleinheksel