147 Tips for Teaching
Peace and Reconciliation
William M. Timpson,
Edward J. Brantmeier, Nathalie Kees, Tom Cavanagh,
and Elavie Ndura-Ouédraogo
This fascinating newest volume in the
147 Tips series starts with the idea that violence is not inherent,
but has forcibly occupied our history books, giving us a one-sided story
that is self-perpetuating. From this beginning, it argues that peace
must be actively taught. As Gandhi said, "We must be the change we wish
to see in the world."
147 Tips For Teaching Peace and
Reconciliation gives you keys to peace in your own life and in the
social environment around you through pragmatic, applicable suggestions
written in an informative and conversational style.
From overcoming prejudices to emulating
Quaker peace practices, to establishing a language of trust and
reconciliation, this book offers practical suggestions for how to
re-teach peace to yourself and your world, and redress violent
Try applying some of these suggestions to
the areas where peace has been wounded in your life. Be the peace. Be a
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