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The Age of Terrorism, Reflections of a Civilian Vietnam Veteran, Book One Volume One, The Voice of Peace, September 11, 2001 - September 11, 2003 By Jan Stephen Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
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"In a dark time, the eye begins to see." Theodore Roethke. September 11, 2001 etched an indelible mark on the soul of humanity. The Age of Terrorism, Reflections of a Civilian Vietnam... More > Veteran describes the evolution of one man’s thinking and feeling as 9/11 engraved its mark on his soul. How to bring peace to a world headed toward a dark and difficult epoch at the Dawn of Globalizing Humanity? Patterns emerge from the background of human life and we come to see that events apparently random coalesce into the themes that form the stories we live by. This drama unfolds at micro and macro levels. We can not change the story we were born into, but we can change the story we leave behind. (Back Flap) Jan Stephen Cavanaugh, Ph.D. served with International Voluntary Service and with Catholic Relief Services, Kontum Province, South Vietnam, 1967-1969. He was MIA. He has seen the hell of war first hand. He is a teacher, therapist, and global business consultant.< Less
The Age of Terrorism, Reflections of a Civilian Vietnam Veteran, Book One Volume One, The Voice of Peace, September 11, 2001 - September 11, 2003 By Jan Stephen Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
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"In a dark time, the eye begins to see." Theodore Roethke. September 11, 2001 etched an indelible mark on the soul of humanity. The Age of Terrorism, Reflections of a Civilian Vietnam... More > Veteran describes the evolution of one man’s thinking and feeling as 9/11 engraved its mark on his soul. How to bring peace to a world headed toward a dark and difficult epoch at the Dawn of Globalizing Humanity? Patterns emerge from the background of human life and we come to see that events apparently random coalesce into the themes that form the stories we live by. This drama unfolds at micro and macro levels. We can not change the story we were born into, but we can change the story we leave behind. (Back Flap) Jan Stephen Cavanaugh, Ph.D. served with International Voluntary Service and with Catholic Relief Services, Kontum Province, South Vietnam, 1967-1969. He was MIA. He has seen the hell of war first hand. He is a teacher, therapist, and global business consultant.< Less

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