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Nadarajah Manickam earned a Ph.D. in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, in 1993. His doctoral thesis was published in 1999 as Culture, Gender and Ecology: Beyond Workerism. He has spent his life working on the interconnected issues of communication, process development and management, culture, spirituality and sustainability. He has written several books on these issues: Another Malaysia is Possible and Other Essays: Writings on Culture and Politics for a Sustainable World (2004), and has co-edited Urban Crisis: Culture and the Sustainability of Cities (2007). He is one of the pioneers of the Global Centre for the Study of Sustainable Futures and Spirituality (GCSSFS, www.gcssfs.org). In 2005, Nat became an Asian Public Intellectual (API) Fellow, sponsored by the Nippon Foundation. This allowed him to embark on a research ‘pilgrimage’ that inspired the meditations presented here, which are reproduced courtesy from his Living Pathways. Meditations on Sustainable Cultures and Cosmologies in Asia, with a preface by Sundari Ramakrishna (Conservation Director, WWF Malaysia), Penang: Areca Books, 2013. © Areca Books.