In which state do you live? (Please provide the full spelling, not the state abbreviation.)
What first attracted you to peace activism?
A book I read about women getting the right to vote, it took them only 75 years to do something everyone thought was impossible. A culture of peace may seem impossible at first, but it is not, all of us are invested in the financial, emotional, and physical results of peace keeping, we just need to be shown the way. Change happens and peace is a choice. http://peaceisachoice.tumblr.com/
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Just wanted you to know that I appreciate your blogging on conscious peace! I just back-read to the first of this year and intend to continue digesting your thoughts, and eventually read your Montessori paper and get my hands on Jesus and Nonviolence. The piece about the shoe project particularly resonated with me. I so get the analogy of needing to push my way around the 'unnecessary' to get to the core. We have so much habitual baggage that we simply accept as the norm on the floor of our being.
I subscribed to the blog, so I hope that it will automatically show up somewhere!
(I am an early childhood educator/artist/state DoPeace cooordinator for NH and appreciator of insightful writing!) Thank you for your sharings, janNH