By Satya Brata Das

The fourth book from Satya Das offers a journey from the politics of division to the dominion of love. 


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Please embark on the journey of Us.

Our journey seeks a future where all humans live together enjoying freedom from fear and freedom from want: in community, with dignity, in harmony with one another and with the natural world.

Why should you join? Because you try to be a good person. You care about others. You value honesty and integrity. You know the difference between right and wrong. You accept wisdom wherever it’s found. Above all, you want to live a life of meaning and purpose. A life that makes a difference.

As we go along, you will choose your own final destination. It will suit who you are, and the change you would like to see in the world.

So welcome aboard. And bring some folks with you. There’s room enough for all of Us.

Table of Contents

  • Prologue
  • Us
  • Awaking with Dr. King
  • Mandela’s truth
  • Learning to embrace Gandhi
  • Being and becoming
  • Our roads to reconciliation
  • Finding your path
  • Finding freedom from fear
  • In search of a civil society
  • Leadership is in the mirror
  • Common values, common ground
  • The China challenge
  • Greening our growth, greening our planet
  • Common good, common wealth
  • Changing the attitude of those with power
  • The right to be human
  • Becoming the best for the world

Us in the News

Satya Talks to Edmonton Prime Times 

Edmonton Prime Times talks to Satya about why he wrote Us, and what it’s like to self-publish a book in 2019.

Us tops Edmonton Best Seller list

Us tops the The Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) Edmonton non-fiction list

Meet Satya

Satya Brata Das, seen with his life partner Mita, is a seasoned strategist, author, board director, and policy guru. He is a frequent commentator and public speaker in both French and English, in media and on stage. Satya’s volunteer work is deeply informed with a lifelong commitment to human rights as a way of life, and the principles of human dignity espoused by M.K. Gandhi.

Satya’s books span some of the most compelling challenges of our times, offering intimate vignettes and deep exploration of the points where society, culture, economy, and environment come together.

Watch Satya’s TEDxCalgary talk – Being the Best FOR the World

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