Wallingford, Penn. : Pendle Hill, c1995.
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The basic and sound idea presented here is that people and societies that behave violently and oppressively need healing from their trauma and pain, but the explanations are dated (e.g., on PTSD), the argument is not always clearly pursued, and some of the quotes are off the point. The encouragement for us to seek healing and reconciliation are better expressed elsewhere. However, the mention of The Listening Project, founded years ago by a Quaker in the rural South, may provide an excellent example that could be useful in any time.
0875743218 / 9780875743219
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 321
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