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Getting Intimate with Violence™: Innate Goodness

Getting Intimate with Violence™: Innate Goodness

I had a chance to speak with Jim Bowsher in the recent past. He built the “Temple of Tolerance” in Wapakoneta, Ohio. His “temple” is an amazing world of architectural and natural stone configured into an almost mystic adventure land he uses for local children to come and just be children, free from outside structure…

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Getting Intimate with Violence: Part II

Getting Intimate with Violence: Part 2

Violence is a tool. That's it........Thanks for reading....... OK, I’m just kidding. Just as a gun, which is a tool, is praised and demonized for the results of its use; so goes the reputation of violence. A mother hawk brings food to the nest to feed her young. "She is so beautiful and caring. How…

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Getting Intimate with Violence: Part II

Getting Intimate with Violence: Part 1

There is a lot of discussion on the subject of tactics. That word, tactic? It’s used A LOT! A tactic is a plan, procedure, or expedient for promoting a desired end or result. Tactical is the word used to describe the nature of something used in a tactic or set of tactics. This can range…

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