Jan
07

“Conflict and Conflict Resolution,” by Ralph Pettman

“Conflicts of one sort or another happen every day. Some hit you head-on. Some chisel away at the ground under your feet. Others slip up on you from behind, seemingly unseen. Good feelings get crowded out by bad ones. The days turn sour. How can they be made sweet again? How can our daily lives ever be made strife free? The stories above, and Uyeshiba’s comments about the spiritual purpose of aikido, offer a number of clues about how this might be done.”

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Comments

  1. …somebody ought to reprint Terry Dobson’s “Giving In To Get Your Way”.

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