In 2014 Courtney Walsh’s poetic Dear Human meme went viral. It was shared over 10 million times by people like Elizabeth Gilbert, The Chopra Center and websites like Global Conversation. It was used in wedding vows, yoga studios, 600,000 German advent calendars, was turned into a one woman show and even tattooed the length of one fan’s torso!
Now you can read her extended love letter to humanity in – Dear Human: A Manifesto of Love, Invitation and Invocation to Humanity (Findhorn Press, $12.99) Filled with humor, sass and irreverence the book reveals Courtney’s tender heart and simple message: Let go of spiritual perfectionism and embrace our glorious humanity. Love needs no conditions…not even, she argues, ‘the condition of being unconditional’.
Refreshingly candid, hilarious and insightful, Dear Human is the key necessary to unlock a whole new way of thinking… It is progressive and expansive. It provides insight to the soul that many of us have either: A) never seen or B) overlooked in our travels on this earthly plane.
In Dear Human, Courtney A. Walsh asks the reader to embrace our glorious messiness, to love to the best of our ability, to continue to learn and grow, to be willing to show up AND get out of the way. It blows up old programs and conditioned ways of thinking and expands the reader into new ways of thinking about timeless themes. It asks us to merge and honor our divinity and humanity equally.
Ultimately, Dear Human is Courtney A. Walsh’s love letter to humanity written as a loud and insistent wake-up call to move us from surviving into thriving. We learn through pain; we remember through joy. Letting go of spiritual perfectionism: embracing our glorious humanity. Love needs no conditions… not even, argues Walsh, ‘the condition of being unconditional!’