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Tag Archives: Dalai Lama
By Anthony J. Marsella and Kathleen Malley-Morrison Note from Kathie MM: Enjoy this culmination of the quest in which we have engaged the past two weeks to identify 100 examples of peace and justice leaders, illustrated with enticing and enlightening … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler “Do we want to preserve the traditions – the history, prayers, rituals, and faith – which make Judaism distinctive, or do we want to become just a bunch of ethicists?” An ethicist advocates virtue, and the rabbi’s … Continue reading →
One Hundred Contemporary Exemplars of Peace Advocacy and Activism: The First Fifty by Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella During this week, while we are honoring one of America’s greatest heroes, a man who personified many of the highest … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler The failure of Judaism, Christianity and Islam to embody their ownmost message of peace partly contributes to the increasing appeal of Buddhism in today’s postmodern war-torn world. Also, there is something absurd – counterproductive, self-defeating, and … Continue reading →