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Peace Is the Way: Bringing War and Violence to an End (Chopra, Deepak)

by Deepak Chopra

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Anthony Seldon chooses Deepak Chopra’s Peace is the Way as one the best FiveBooks on How to be Happy:
"He [Chopra] is saying that we have to trust each other internationally: if you beat a country at war or if you humiliate them as Germany was after the First World War, they will come back at you. If you humiliate any population you will not engender peace, you will engender a resentment that will flare back at you. The only way to have enduring peace is to have the greatest sense of respect for each other. That means that you have to listen and you have to forego the monopoly of your own rightness".
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“There is no way to peace, peace is the way.”

This statement has never been more true. Now, Deepak Chopra expands on A. J. Muste’s insight, teaching us how to expand awareness, stop reacting out of fear, and reject war—one person at a time. As Dr. Chopra says, “Violence may be innate in human nature, but so is its opposite: love. The next stage of humanity, the leap we are poised to take, will be guided by the force of that love.”

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Presents the thesis that war and violence have become appealing and addictive and that the idea of peace can gain a stronghold once indiviuals become more conscious of its power and actively engage in bringing peace into their own lives.

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