Balance of Power

Women and Men Must Unify for Peace on Earth

There is much work and awakening to happen in respect of women and men finding harmony in working together, not to change each other but to learn to live with the differences in harmony.  This has impacts on the future of children. In truth the feminine and masculine is in both men and women.… Continue reading

Why Did Britain Train the Burmese Military? Friend, Foe or Fool?

I am feeling moved to research Burma.  I have been to the border myself as a Rotary Peace Scholar meeting with the Association for Political Prisoners in Burma (refer http://aappb.org/) This could do a lot to heal relations between Islam and the rest of the world.  There are some who have made… Continue reading

Harvard Professor Sandel Political Philospher Speaks of the Dark Side

I was very inspired by Michael Sandel. I’ve watched his ‘ethics series’ a few years ago and wondered why we don’t teach this at schools and universities.  One of the major issues of our times is ethics.  People are acting on the basis of greed or need rather than best interest.  There… Continue reading

FBI Phone Surveillance in Australia?

Yes I have seen it.  Let’s have a look at the world of surveillance.  I smile when I think of this as how futile it is to try and control the whole world or sift for potential enemies. I am with Patch Adams, let’s sift for friendship.  If all the money that… Continue reading

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Published Wednesday, 21st February, 2018 | By Susan AKA Peacefull | Edit

When I studied Peace Studies at La Trobe University, I recall Dr. Tom Weber speaking about guns.  We discussed if the gun is the problem? Is it an object? Is it us that… Continue reading

Edward Snowden: A Global Conversation on the Balance between Civil Liberties and Mass Intelligence Gathering

I found this interview of Edward Snowden organised by the University of Chicago, USA interesting.  I observed how the interviewer interpreted what he was saying, what questions arose in the questioners mind, how Edward responded and modelled democratic discourse. He is both articulate and respectful in his demeanour and compelling in his ability to… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”

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