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NON-VIOLENCE: A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE By Rev. John-Brian Paprock
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NON-VIOLENCE: A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE is a transcription of a workshop led by Rev. John-Brian Paprock March 21, 2009 at the Joyful Path Buddhist Center in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin. Joyful Path entered... More > into a yearlong examination of non-violence from a variety of religious perspectives. This was originally published in “Neighbors, Strangers and Everyone Else,” a 2009 book by Rev. John-Brian Paprock which includes essays about Orthodox Christian spirituality, interfaith activities, and the public square. This separate book has been made is available due to its special message of hope in a violent world.< Less
Our Tragic Flaw: A Case for Nonviolence By Parke Burgess
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For the first time in the history of life, a single species has acquired the means to destroy itself and all other living things on the planet. This species, of course, is us. How did we come to... More > imperil ourselves? And why do we continue to do so? Is it too late to change course? If not, how can it be done? Looking deeply into these questions, Our Tragic Flaw locates the root cause of our collective perversity in the “logic of violence.” Embedded in our biology, psychology, and culture, this logic is the tragic flaw that threatens humankind. But author Parke Burgess does not accept that this flaw inevitably dooms us to self-destruction. Another way is possible, now as never before. The logic of violence can, in fact, be transcended through a conscious and intentional process of deepening self-awareness, and a corresponding process of sharing power and increasing collaboration in our social relations. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the ultimate fate of our species.< Less
Our Tragic Flaw: A Case for Nonviolence By Parke Burgess
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For the first time in the history of life, a single species has acquired the means to destroy itself and all other living things on the planet. This species, of course, is us. How did we come to... More > imperil ourselves? And why do we continue to do so? Is it too late to change course? If not, how can it be done? Looking deeply into these questions, Our Tragic Flaw locates the root cause of our collective perversity in the “logic of violence.” Embedded in our biology, psychology, and culture, this logic is the tragic flaw that threatens humankind. But author Parke Burgess does not accept that this flaw inevitably dooms us to self-destruction. Another way is possible, now as never before. The logic of violence can, in fact, be transcended through a conscious and intentional process of deepening self-awareness, and a corresponding process of sharing power and increasing collaboration in our social relations. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the ultimate fate of our species.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence (HC) By Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
The Power of Gratitude By Liv Larsson
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Gratitude is a powerful practice that can significantly increase your experience of joy in life. Ready to launch into the adventure? Make this year a real year of Gratitude. Here is the support you... More > have been waiting for: Rather than just telling you to ”be grateful”. This book is your personal coach in training your gratitude muscles. Just like the participants in Liv Larsson’s gratitude project, you will get new and easy suggestions for exploring gratitude every week. By the end of the year you will have created a new habit that you will probably never want to let go of! This book applies the clarity that Nonviolent Communication (NVC) brings to what research has found to be the most important thing anybody can do to (re-) discover the magic of life. That is by filling their energy tanks and actively influencing their happiness levels through building a gratitude practice. How about starting yours today?< Less
PeaceWalk By Laurie Pollack
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Poems about living, loving, and creating a gentler world in the era of George Bush.
Free Interpretation Redux By Godi Gutierrez
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"In his book, Godi investigates the function fulfilled in the psychism by revenge, and gradually reveals it to us as a mode of re-establishing equilibrium, of compensating a core of conflict in... More > which vengeance is an instinctive reaction, in order to reestablish psychic equilibrium. He delves into our roots, enters into the psychology of Paleolithic man, attempts to show the usefulness of that mechanism when the human being struggled to dominate nature, and how that same mechanism, transferred into historical epochs, is leading us toward self-destruction. He carries out an inquiry, investigating and comparing different cultures, he discovers how, in Eastern cultures, great men arose who were capable of leaping over their violence and proposing nonviolence." -from the Prologue by Dario Ergas, author of "The Meaning of Nonmeaning" and "The Look of Meaning"< Less