How to Pick Sides in a War

“Peacemaking doesn’t mean passivity. It is the act of interrupting injustice without mirroring injustice, the act of disarming evil without destroying the evildoer, the act of finding a third way that is neither fight nor flight but the careful, arduous pursuit of reconciliation and justice. It is about a revolution of love that is big […]

Healing from the Polarization Pandemic

Just about everyone I talk to these days agrees on one thing: our communities and societies have never felt more divided. Whether it’s Democrats vs. Republicans, Liberals vs. Conservatives, people for and against vaccine mandates, opposing camps on racial justice or immigration policies, factions within religious and spiritual communities, or the debate on international responses […]

Restorative Justice vs. Conflict Resolution: Assessing for Intervention

While “restorative justice” and “conflict resolution” both deal with issues of crisis in relationship, these disciplines differ somewhat in their basic assumptions, language, and goals. Discerning and choosing the discipline or “frame” best suited to the crisis at hand helps preserve the well-being of all parties, as well as societal and organizational ethics. Definitions and […]

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