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Raising Voices

Voices Education Project is on a simple mission: to lift up humanity and make the world a better place. They do that via the arts, humanities and social sciences using education, applied empathy, with communication nurturing understandings for positive change between and among peoples of the world. Voices transforms how we manage conflict on this planet. They shine a light where more light is needed. And they do it with culture and elegance.

You’ll find two of my articles published at Voices Education Project:

A New Version of a Weapon of Mass Destruction and

Michael Jackson: A Spiritual Messenger Hiding in Plain Sight

And Waging Peace an online book with my poetry at Voices in Wartime

And if you like what you find at Voices, you might want to do what I did and “Make that change in Michael’s name” by leaving a donation in Michael’s memory:

The arts can say what history books cannot in a voice that speaks past the human mind to the far reaches of soul. They say it with texture, with energy, with savvy, with sparkle and so much more and they do it leaving the humanity of it gloriously intact. Voices is all about the art of humanity and the making of humans. Their recent feature length documentary sharply etches and gives voice to the experience of war with poignant vignettes from those who live it.

So in the spirit of Voices and in the interest of encouraging us to be a little more human, a little more soulful and a little more aware, they have generously agreed to feature my “work and art in the service of humanity” with the publication and featuring of two recent pieces: One about a WMD Weapon that I believe warrants closer examination and another to recognize an often overlooked humanitarian genius and man of our time who, as it turns out, was a spiritual messenger hiding in plain sight.

At Voices you will meet a community of peacemakers, visionaries, humanitarians, leaders, way-showers, and responsible global citizens, Voices raises their voices to lift up and acknowledge the vast expanse of the human spirit. I believe in Voices because I stubbornly believe in us. It is with great pride and pleasure that I introduce you to a beacon for humanity- Voices Education Project.

You may find the two features here at Voices Education Project (dot) org

One Comment

  1. Linh Ngo said . . .

    Once again, you always know how to say it in a beautiful way, Reverend Kaufmann. I love all your articles. Thank you very much.

    Posted April 1, 2010 at 6:54 pm | Permalink

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