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Death By Remote Control: Has Convenience Ruined Our Culture?

As I've mentioned before, I wasn't allowed to watch much TV as a child. However I do remember the television set my parents owned when I was little: it was only black and white, the screen was probabl…

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Soldiers of Peace

On February 5, I visited the 24th military zone in the state of Morelos, Mexico, where I taught 200 members of the Mexican armed forces my system for inner peace. I have shared these simple teachings …

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Are You Pitting “I” Against “I”?

War is a vastly expanded version of “I” against “I.” Bigotry and prejudice depend upon the same conflict on a social level. Hatred in the name of God is actually disguised ego: Your God is unacceptabl…

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National Abandonment

Perhaps the single most devastating emotional pain we suffer is abandonment. Millions of children know this experience as their primary relationship to their parents, and the effects are wide-rangin…

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Listen to the Stories You Tell Yourself

One of our most impressive powers as human beings is our power of language. We use language as we speak externally to others and as we speak internally to ourselves. Part and parcel of that power ar…

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Are You Fully Human?

War has become unbearably brutal. It is deeply disturbing that human nature didn’t revolt against our descent into brutality but decided to adapt instead. What makes modern suffering so sinister is …

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Are You Living The Way Of Peace?

Peace isn’t achieved by working with violence or working through it. Peace has its own power, its own scheme for organizing events. We are looking for substitutes that can satisfy needs that are n…

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Freedom Cupcakes?

I've never lost anyone I loved to war. In fact, I don't think that I know anyone who has died in war. That feels  absolutely remarkable given that I grew up with two parents who both served more t…

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Mother’s Day Matters: Women for Women and World Of Good

Imagine a world where no women are abused, no women live in poverty, all women are literate, all women have healthcare, and all women have the economic independence to help themselves and their family…

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The Farmer’s Son (Poem)

Care2 blogger Delia Quigley expresses her creative genius in a new format, below. Her poem, "The Farmer's Son," tells a moving story of a boy choosing to live in the footsteps of his peaceful father r…

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