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Connecting with Peace in a World at War

Peace is not about external circumstances or realities. There really isn’t anything external anyway–there is only us, our thoughts, our experiences, and our interpretations of those experiences. The world has led us to believe that for peace to hold certain … Continue reading

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Unity: The Philosophical Framework for Peace

A popular slogan during the days of the Revolutionary War in America was “United we stand, divided we fall.” Unity implies togetherness and harmony, and peace goes hand-in-hand with joining together. We may think of the world as fragmented, divided between countries, religions, ethnicities, … Continue reading

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