Peaceful Revolution: How We can Create the Future Needed for Humanity's Survival

If you think world peace is a naive concept, Paul K Chappell s veryexistence will give you pause It s not enough to say that Chappell a WestPoint graduate and Iraq War veteran is a soldier turned peace leader.Experiencing a traumatic upbringing and growing up mixed race in Alabama,he s a young man forged by violence, rage, and racism into a living weaponfor peace ByIf you think world peace is a naive concept, Paul K Chappell s veryexistence will give you pause It s not enough to say that Chappell a WestPoint graduate and Iraq War veteran is a soldier turned peace leader.Experiencing a traumatic upbringing and growing up mixed race in Alabama,he s a young man forged by violence, rage, and racism into a living weaponfor peace By unlocking the mysteries of human nature, he shows how themuscles of hope, empathy, appreciation, conscience, reason, discipline, andcuriosity give us the power to end the wars between countries, our ongoingwar with nature, and the war in our hearts.
Peaceful Revolution How We can Create the Future Needed for Humanity s Survival If you think world peace is a naive concept Paul K Chappell s veryexistence will give you pause It s not enough to say that Chappell a WestPoint graduate and Iraq War veteran is a soldier turned peac

  • Title: Peaceful Revolution: How We can Create the Future Needed for Humanity's Survival
  • Author: Paul K. Chappell
  • ISBN: 9781935212768
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Peaceful Revolution: How We can Create the Future Needed for Humanity's Survival”

    1. We know all these things, don't we? We know about the "peaceful warrior." We know that "War Is Not the Answer" and that we must strive for "World Peace" if our poor planet is to survive the ravages of humankind. We know these things so well that we reduce them to bumper stickers and paste them on our cars. We know that violence begets violence; we know the golden rule, that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us. We know in our hearts that love serves our common interests bett [...]

    2. I have been reading many books about peace recently, prepping myself for attending Peace Studies courses in the fall. I wanted to be excited about this one but it really fell flat. Honestly, I didn't finish it. I didn't get through chapter two. So, maybe I didn't get to "the good part". And I can not even precisely explain why, but this book just could not hold my attention. Perhaps because he talked about the military quite a bit and I am just not interested. He also used a lot of vague concept [...]

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