Peace for Our Planet tells the story of a new historical dialectic in the world between two parallel processes: one of construction and the other of destruction. It traces the growth in the constructive global consciousness that began in the nineteenth century and the progress humanity has since made toward the achievement of a more just and peaceful world. Under the spotlight of this constructive collective consciousness, the outworn and destructive mindsets that have constituted the root causes of war for millennia, including racism, nationalism, religious strife, gender inequality and extremes of wealth and poverty, have now been exposed and delegitimized. Those who have benefited from these divisive attitudes are currently taking a last stand. Yet, they are fighting a losing battle. Amidst the blinding haze generated by the accelerated collapse of outworn mindsets and institutions, Peace for Our Planet seeks to bring into focus the forward march of the constructive process toward peace, and the powerful role each of us can play in its realization.