Most of us are helplessly entangled in the culture of violence as witness, victim or perpetrator. It could be systemic, inter-personal or internal violence, spiritual, mental, emotional or physical violence. To unravel this complex web of unconscious behavior, we need the guidance of inspiration and practical recommendations. Hazen takes a page out of 'the book of daring' as he embodies and expresses the courage to be the change he wishes to see in the world. His personal story sheds light onto the potential of our collective story. Letting go - the wisdom of going with the flow - is beautifully described as he reminds himself and the reader, "I didn't need to push the river. I could swim in it."
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About the Author
David had a hell of a childhood, so he became a nonviolent nonconformist. He earned the nickname "Blazin' Hazen" for making new trails in the wild lake-country of northern Minnesota. He has both the practical ego of his engineer father and the imagination of his ballroom-dancing mother, a Master's degree in systematic design-planning and some recognition as a peacebuilder.