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New book release: The Commons of Humanity

STWR
15 June 2022

Share The World’s Resources (STWR) have published a new version of our most popular book title – The Commons of Humanity, by Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi.

After our original limited edition version of the book sold out due to high demand, a new edition has been printed with Troubadour books in the UK.

The book presents a unique investigation into the meaning of the commons. Unlike academic literature on the subject, Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi—founder of STWR—explores what the commons ultimately signifies beyond its material and social dimensions.

In a spirit of mutual enquiry with the reader, he reasons how a united voice of the people to end poverty is the first step towards bringing about a worldwide awareness of the greater commons of humanity. 

But Mesbahi also invites us to contemplate the highest spiritual meaning of the commons—one that can only be realised through inner transformation and a new form of education based on the Ageless Wisdom teachings.

Purchase the book 
from our online store

The book is published in the UK by Troubadour publications and is available in a special hardback edition, with a dust jacket featuring artwork by Nicholas Roerich (Bhagavan, 1943). A fold-out diagram also provides a guide to reflection on the spiritual education required to implement the new ‘planetary laws of the commons’.

Further resources

The book is available for purchase from our online store: https://sharing.org/product-commons-humanity-limited-edition-clothbound   

On online version of the book is available at: https://www.sharing.org/information-centre/reports/commons-humanity  

To read more publications by Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi, visit: Studies on the principle of sharing

For more information about STWR, visit: www.sharing.org

About the author 

Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi is an author, political activist and founder of Share The World’s Resources (STWR), an independent civil society organisation based in London, UK, with consultative status at the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.