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Nuclear Proliferation and the Dilemma of Peace in the Twenty First Century

Nuclear Proliferation and the Dilemma of Peace in the Twenty First Century

Edited by David Ives and David A. Valone. On September 27, 2007, Quinnipiac University and the Albert Schweitzer Institute hosted former US President Jimmy Carter and several internationally-known experts at a forum to discuss nuclear disarmament. This book includes papers and transcripts of talks delivered at that conference. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing,2010).

 
 

One God, Shared Hope

One God, Shared Hope

By Maggie Oman Shannon. Writer and spiritual director Maggie Oman Shannon has long believed that we all yearn for a spiritual connection to a higher power. In One God, Shared Hope she presents twenty principles shared by Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and provides passages from each religion's holy scriptures to illustrate their commonalties. (Red Wheel Weiser, 2003).

 

One Peace: True Stories of Young Activists

One Peace: True Stories of Young Activists

One Peace: True Stories of Young Activists (Orca Book Publishers, October 2008) By Janet Wilson. One Peace celebrates the "Power of One," and specifically the accomplishments of children from around the globe who have worked to promote world peace. Janet Wilson challenges today's children to strive to make a difference in this beautifully illustrated, fact-filled and fascinating volume of portraits of many "heroes for today." Canadian Craig Kielburger, who started Free the Children to help victims of child labor at the age of twelve, has been nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize. Farlis Calle, forced to identify the body of a young friend-a victim of her country's civil war-started the Columbia Children's Movement for Peace. Other portraits feature the accomplishments of children from Sarajevo, Japan, Liberia, the United Kingdom, Cambodia, Afghanistan and the United States. These moving testaments to the courage and initiative of youth will inspire readers young and old.

 

A Perspective on the Signs of the Al-Quran: Through the Prism of the Heart

A Perspective on the Signs of the Al-Quran: Through the Prism of the Heart

A Perspective on the Signs of the Al-Quran: Through the Prism of the Heart (Booksurge Publishing, 2009) By Saeed Malik. In a world torn apart by religious division, this book, written by an American Muslim provides a fresh perspective for both the Muslim and Non-Muslim reader by helping to demystify Islam and Quran for the Western reader.

 

The Power of Appreciative Inquiry

The Power of Appreciative Inquiry

The Power of Appreciative Inquiry: A Practical Guide to Positive Change (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2003) By Diana Whitney and Amanda Trosten-Bloom. The Power of Appreciative Inquiry describes a wildly popular new approach to organizational change that dramatically improves performance by encouraging people to study, discuss, learn from, and build on what's working, rather than simply trying to fix what's not. Whitney and Trosten-Bloom use examples from many different types of organizations to illustrate Appreciative Inquiry in action, drawing in particular on a five-year project with Hunter-Douglas Window Fashions, a company which achieved a 15 to 20% improvement in their bottom line and created a new strategic direction and culture using Appreciative Inquiry.

 

Prayers for Healing

Prayers for Healing

By Maggie Oman Shannon. With Prayers for Healing, writer Maggie Oman invites readers into the healing space she has created within the pages of this daybook to reap its benefits in times of stress, illness, depression, or spiritual longing. With inspiration from such diverse sources as the Tao Te Ching, the Koran, the Torah, Native American texts, and the Bible, contributors include Thich Nhat Hanh, Wendell Berry, Jack Kornfield, Rumi, Rainer Maria Rilke, Marian Wright Edelman, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Marianne Williamson, providing comfort and inspiration on the journey toward rejuvenation and renewal. (Conari Press, 2000).

 

Prayers for Hope and Comfort

Prayers for Hope and Comfort

By Maggie Oman Shannon. Prayers for Hope and Comfort offers readers solace, comfort, and hope, drawing from the wisdom of every era, every major faith and tradition, and the important voices of those who have lived through such experiences themselves. The book contains selections from some of the world's most profound poets and thinkers: David Whyte, Eckhart Tolle, Sister Joan Chittister, and Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as traditional prayers and verses from every time and place. (Conari Press, 2008).

 

The Third Side

The Third Side

By William Ury. According to Ury, it takes two sides to fight, but a third to stop. Distilling the lessons of two decades of experience in family struggles, labor strikes, and wars, he presents a bold new strategy for stopping fights. He also describes ten practical roles--as managers, teachers, parents, and citizens--that each of us can play every day to prevent destructive conflict. (Penguin, 2000).

 
 

The Way We Pray

The Way We Pray

By Maggie Oman Shannon. The Way We Pray is the first book to explore prayer practices from the world's many religions. Author Maggie Oman Shannon presents and celebrates fifty wonderfully diverse prayer practices, creating the perfect guide for spiritual explorers everywhere. (Conari Press, 2001).

"We need to be the change we wish to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi

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