Trapped in Four Square Miles

Trapped in Four Square Miles

by Sam Wazan, Ralph Voltz

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BN ID: 2940148352228
Publisher: Sam Wazan
Publication date: 01/16/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 555 KB

About the Author

Sam Wazan is a fifteen-year combat-zone survivor of the Lebanese civil war. He is a grassroots catalyst for peace, and Global Trustee at United Religions Initiative. He is also a Senior Management Consultant helping raise the IQ of multi-national organizations.

Wazan has an authentic experience in the inhumane effects of conflicts. In his Key Note speech: Ending Religious Violence: The Journey to Peace, he reflects on having lived surrounded by remorseless sniper fire, indiscriminate rocket attacks, and vicious religious massacres. He explains the ways and means to achieve peace starting from the most formidable frontier, the family room.
Wazan speaks on Limited Choices & High Stakes: Breaking through a Lesser Normal. Through powerful stories such as running through a sniper-ridden field for a job interview, he explains how transforming ethnic, religious, and cultural differences to the very factors that raise the intellectual and emotional intelligence of individuals and organizations.

As a speaker and consultant, Wazan inspires audience members to see beauty in differences and facilitates diverse teams for optimum collaboration to achieve breakthrough innovations and solutions.


www.samwazan.com

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I met Sam Wazan at a book festival and was so inspired by his story that I purchased the book. His story of growing up during a civil war was both breathtaking and heartbreaking. I cannot imagine anyone living as he did, caught between enemy fire and yet attempting to live a normal life of going to school, having friends, applying for a job. His unbiased account of the three sections -- Muslim, Christian, and Jew -- shows that all are equally culpable, equally prejudiced, equally unwilling to hear the truth. Mr. Wazan is an advocate for peace and I herald his commitment. This book is a must-read if we hope to understand the conflicts in today's world.