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Israel, Palestine, Home, Me Part I

I started crying at the closing circle when the person who created the spontaneous prayer said, while motioning to the Separation Wall visible from the window of the room we were sitting in, that it feels to him like the wall had disappeared while we were there together. I knew without any doubt that what we were doing was eminently possible on a much much larger scale. Read More

Comments on "Israel, Palestine, Home, Me Part I" | Psychology Today

Hi, everything is going well here and ofcourse every one is sharing facts,
that's in fact excellent, keep up writing.

Comments on "Israel, Palestine, Home, Me Part I" | Psychology Today

Nice post. I learn something new and challenging on blogs I stumbleupon on a daily basis.
It will always be useful to read through articles from other authors and practice a little something from other web sites.

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Miki Kashtan, Ph.D., is a co-founder of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication and serves as its lead facilitator and trainer.


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