The New Yorker has just published an excellent piece on Gary Haugen and the International Justice Mission . And here : And here : And here : More justice for more people brings eupan . ~ marty alan michelson, ph.d.
The following five stages for discerning conflict are explained in detail here: Conflict, in general, builds through five stages - Discomfort , Incident , Misunderstanding , Tension and Crisis , although it can begin at any one of the first three stages. The earlier a conflict is identified and deal t with, the easier it is to resolve This is the html version of the file http://www.amfanational.org/images/pdf_docs/ps_training2_understanding_conflict.ppt. ( Google automatically generates html versions of documents as we crawl the web. ) Conflict Resolution & Understanding Conflict Understanding Conflict Conflict is all around us. It is not something that we can choose to have or not have. It just is. It may center on something as seemingly trivial as who leaves their dirty cups in the sink, where to go eat lunch, or whether or not to buy that new piece of stereo equipment. Or it may be more complex, such as whether we should invest in stock or bonds, or w
I like this whimsical sign. Obviously, we're *not* only in need of water and sun. We need sleep, companionship, mental stimulation and so much. And we're not houseplants! And yet, I enjoy how this trivial sign is a reminder, too, that in some ways we really need few tangible things to have a good life. And, also, we do need to manage our complex emotions. Emotions that include anger, fear, sadness, grief are difficult. My hope is that all persons can live in a world spurned on by more hopeful and loving emotions. My hope is that all persons can live in a world characterized by less fractured and hurtful emotions. Let's do more to share water, sun and care & compassion, one to another. Toward eupan ~ ~ marty alan michelson, ph.d.