• At Hell's Gate: Claude Anshin Thomas bears witness to the power of mindfulness to transform the soul and open the way to a nonviolent, compassionate life.
  • Stop the Next War Now: Editors Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans have assembled an inspiring and thought-provoking collection of essays and other resources for those who are determined to create a more peaceful world.
  • Urgent Message from Mother: Jean Shinoda Bolen issues a clarion call for a woman's peace movement to combat violence in all sectors of our lives.
  • Buddhist Peacework: David W. Chappell has edited essays by Buddhist peace activists from around the world.
  • Working with Anger: Thubten Chodron shares a rich arsenal of spiritual practices that can be used to deal with anger and transform it into patience and peace.
  • Living Peace: John Dear has written a masterwork calling us to nurture peace n our hearts by speaking the truth, resisting evil, working for justice. loving our enemies, promoting reconciliation, and living in hope.
  • The Courage for Peace: Louise Diamond presents the four spiritual principles that undergird the practice of peace building.
  • Getting Over Mad: Judy Ford outlines concrete strategies for getting over being mad.
  • Bearing Witness: Bernie Glassman's Zen Peacemaker Order has done cutting edge work with the spiritual practice of making peace.
  • At the Entrance to the Garden of Eden: Yossi Klein Halevi has written a courageous, enlightening, and visionary work about building bridges between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Israel.
  • Anger: Thich Nhat Hanh's very practical book about the spiritual practices we can use to deal with anger, a major toxin of our time.
  • Creating True Peace: Thich Nhat Hanh has fashioned a watershed work filled with everyday practices to prevent war in our personal and public lives.
  • The Art of Peace: Jeffrey Hopkins has edited talks by nine Nobel Peace Laureates.
  • The Future of Peace: Scott A Hunt draws out our connections with all those who suffer, while nurturing within us the spirit of nonviolence and compassionate action.
  • Path Without Destination: Satish Kumar is the perfect traveling companion for those walking into the new millennium with the legs of spirituality and a path paved with an economics of scale, service, and compassion.
  • I'd Rather Teach Peace: Coleman McCarthy makes a forceful, dynamic, and prophetic case for nonviolence in a culture addicted to violence.
  • The Anger Diet: Brenda Shoshanna has created a thoughtful and practical resource on dealing with anger in your life.
  • Peace Is the Way: Walter Wink has gathered 60 essays about peacemaking from the magazine published by the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
  • Inner Peace: Paramahansa Yogananda writes about pathways to achieving inner tranquility.

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