• Conflict Resolution Therapy

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    It was John Kennedy who once said: “Don’t get mad, get even”. This counsel may sound reasonable and appealing especially when viewed from the standpoint of the offended or injured. But does revenge really solve any problem beyond a mere satisfaction of brute passion? Let’s take a critical look at the principle of retaliation as…

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  • Taming The Beast In You

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    Depending on our speech patterns, our lives can be impacted positively or negatively. The word of God states: “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver”. Such words are capable of great good as they inspire and influence our lives in a positive way. The book of Proverbs states that…

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  • Morality: Work Place Phenomenon

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    Morality can be defined either descriptively or normatively. It can either refer to some codes of conduct considered right, proper and acceptable to a group of individuals (referred as the society)  or it may refer to a code of conduct that will be acceptable to all rational beings given specified conditions. The first definition assumes…

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  • Morality: A Cultural Perspective

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    Once upon a time, the debates about culture and morality were academic debates. The general public took little notice. The proponents of moral relativism maintained that morality is relative to each culture and we cannot pass moral judgment on anybody except by the cultural standards of his group. This doctrine maintains that no culture is…

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  • Forgiveness And Reconciliation

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    Forgiveness according to Wikipedia is the intentional and voluntary process by which a victim undergoes a change in feelings and attitudes regarding an offense; it’s to let go of negative emotions such as revenge, with an increased ability to wish the offender well. To Hannah More, “Forgiveness is the economy of the heart … forgiveness…

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