This is in continuation to my earlier post - Prof. Samuel P. Huntington, in his book, posed Islam as the greatest threat to the living loving world.
When I think of peace, I think of different moments. At my daughters’ pre-school, the children were taught to use “words” instead of hurting each other.
When I think of peace I immediately think of the author GReg Mortenson,author of "Three Cups of Tea". If you haven't read it,please do.
Peace is a concept that troubles me, sometimes, in that peace is often the aftermath of struggle. In the struggling to emerge from pain of the soul we grow, stretch, and emerge anew.
In a recently completed film project about the relationship of captive elephants and humans, I close with a quote from Baba Douim: “In the end we will only conserve what we love.
Peace is a state of mind
A possibility rooted in our hearts
JUST A THIN LAYER OF PAINTBy Deborah Rodney
Maybe we don’t have to create peace. She’s right here, already.
Aunty Flo was a motherly type who visited our country home a number of times after her husband was killed in an accident, and her most amazing attribute was that she wouldn't hear bad of anybody.
Last January when the news was filled wi
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