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Work, school, neighbourhood, commute, errands, leisure,
 self and family maintenance put us in touch with
 strangers and acquaintances.
Polite interaction, patience, friendliness, and a readiness
to help each other when needed
make life easier and a lot more pleasant for everyone. 






Your Voice podcast and links - Kids and Conflict: Keeping the peace

         
 
          Peace by PEACE 
 
                            

                                        
                             Bullying              
 
 
 
                                            

     
                                        LOUISE RUSSO  W.A.V.E.
                                       Walk Against Violence Everywhere

  

                                                   
                         
                          CANADIAN INDEX OF WELL-BEING       




 





STOP BULLYING NOW




 








 
























 











 













The Road to Tranquility


People do not always speak or act as we would wish.
As a result, we sometimes feel impelled to embark upon a rough road of anger or disappointment.
But there is another path, a high road, that bypasses anger and strife and leads instead to a life of tranquility.

That road is marked by the well-known phrase, "the benefit of the doubt."
Seeing someone else's mistake in the best light does not mean we are naive. It means we have the insight to know that misunderstanding, worry and stress are behind the offending acts of otherwise well-meaning people.

     Using this perspective, we transform our world from a dark, hurtful place to one of light and serenity, filled with
 good people trying their best, albeit imperfectly, to meet life's challenges.




Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries.
Without them humanity cannot survive.

The Dalai Lama