Wallingford, PA : Pendle Hill Publications, 2018.
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This is a collection of stories about heart connection, from Williams' experience working with people in desperate situations of conflict and breakdown. They illustrate how people can respond with humanity, with connection and kindness, caring and commitment, by responding from the heart, rather than from fear or ideology or rules. These stories remind us to notice how ordinary people do this, and to collect our own stories. And they ask us to reflect on our own opportunities for kindness and connection in challenging situations.
Original publication date
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 451
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