Creating True Peace, by Thich Nhat Hanh
The language of necessity, spoken by earnest politicians and faith leaders alike, has saturated public debates about war and peace in this age of terror. Overflowing our nation's pulpits, bully and ecclesial, has been the passionate argument that preemptive war is necessary--that we have no choice but to strike at terrorists before they attack us with demonic force.
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