Humans have a profound ability to engage in deeply protracted conflict that wounds us psychologically, emotionally, spiritually and physically. From terrorism to capitalism and numerous “isms” in between, humans have created systems that wound at an individual and collective level. We are far more adept at spreading widespread conflict than we are at cultivating widespread peace. Why are we so much better at harming others and ourselves? What must we do to become equally adept at loving others and ourselves? These are the questions in which this paper will seek to provide answers.
Download this paper to learn why we engage in conflict and how we might harness the benefits conflict brings to advance the human experience. You will also learn critical aspects to advancing the human condition along with insights into the changes that are necessary to achieve peace.
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