I am a clinical child psychologist, health policy analyst and a writer of books about faith practices. Since 2001 I have been working on interfaith issues as a way to help people of faith better understand each other as a strategy for peace.
Why I want peace:
I want peace because, though difficult to achieve, it is the most productive, longest lasting form of human interaction. It causes us to think through our actions and options, foster effective and impactful relationships, and to understand that it is the best route to personal happiness, familial stability, community cohesiveness and national effectiveness.
Interests and activities:
Learning (any and everything from any and everyone)
Reading (any and everything - esp. biographies, poetry, mysteries)
Walking on the Cedar River
Something you didn't know about me:
I am very, very tall
How I found mepeace.org:
What I want to achieve here:
Peace only occurs when we are painfully honest about those causes that have interfered with our walk towards it. No person, country or policy should be immune from an honest assessment of actions that strengthen or weaken the process of instituting peace. A forum for honest communication is a good first step.
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