Category Archives: war

HALO Trust brings hope and healing

I just happened upon some haunting  photographs about the aftermath of war. The pictures are the work of Fiona Willoughby and they document the important work of HALO Trust, a NGO that dedicates itself to getting rid of landmines around … Continue reading

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And Yet…

Saturday, September 21st was the International Day of Peace. I celebrated it with a group of like-minded folks who gathered at The First Parish Church in Concord, Massachusetts. It was a lovely event and it felt good to be there. … Continue reading

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This blog is about more than one thing.

I have a few unrelated things on my mind tonight, so this blog has no particular theme. As I have written before, I am trying to balance my awareness and worry about all the difficult problems in the world, with … Continue reading

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Engaging Peace!

As someone who believes in the possibility of a more peaceful world, Kathie Malley-Morrison of  Engaging Peace knocked my socks off  when she appeared as the featured guest on Oneness and Wellness, a local access cable show out of Dedham, MA. … Continue reading

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