The Work of Love



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This workbook is an opportunity for self-transformation and freedom from the grip of the culture of separation and conflict that has been programmed into us from birth. The challenging questions are designed to stimulate a lengthy self-examination of unconscious beliefs that block our natural ability to connect and belong with others. 

The individually written answers may be shared in a regular meeting of trusted friends. Such a group can generate the encouragement to be honest about what we are doing to ourselves, to forgive ourselves, to be patient with both ourselves and others, and above all else to seek heart connection, especially when there appears to be none.

Individual transformation will come from immersion in the solution -- experiencing the joy, wonder and power of a community that's working for everyone — as they move together from control to acceptance, from domination to empowerment of others, from thoughts, words and deeds of separation to partnership.(See Recovery Transformations blog post)

Once you have gathered an interested group together, you may work from the free PDF, or send me an email using the contact form in the right sidebar for instructions on ordering a box of books for everyone at my cost, which will be less than half the normal price. As much as possible I am making this book available "at cost," and 100% of the income I receive will support International Cities of Peace.













Click this link for a free, downloadable PDF (edition.1.4) 
Also available as a paperback from Amazon.com


David Hazen is a Notable Alumnus of Achievement from the University of Minnesota and earned his Master’s degree in whole-system design-planning at Ohio State University. He participated in The Peace Alliance's advocacy for a U.S. Department of Peace, is the recipient of two PeaceBuilder Awards, and is an advisor to International Cities of Peace. He is also the founder of the Emerald Compassionate Action Network in Eugene, Oregon. He authored "Love Always Wins: Hope for Healing the Epidemic of Violence” (2012).


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