Thursday, November 24
Thursday, November 24, 2005
I believe the mental images people hold of one another are perhaps *the* key to solving many seemingly unsolvable conflicts. If we deal with them openly, we'll overcome obstacles that formerly seemed absolute. In most conflicts, those mental images and stereotypes are assumed to be reality, and placed outside the range of discussion. Is it any wonder conflicts go unresolved for generations when the
key to a mutually beneficial solution is placed where it cannot be used?