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Your Brain on Peace – Veteran Remembrance Forward!

eweber   November 6, 2015   No Comments

On Veterans Day and many other occasions – we celebrate heroic men and women who stand for peace. We honor every precious soul who laid down their lives so that peace stands a chance. Hopefully, we also ask, “What if robust peace worked better than war?” Or, “What if brilliant… Read more »

Compelling Counterpoints or Gridlocks

eweber   January 23, 2013   No Comments

Yesterday a retired teacher told me how he loved teaching history – especially lessons on the civil war and Gettysburg Battles. Now that he’s retired, Jake shared he enjoyed reenacting history scenes in popular historic parks – where people enjoy revisiting the triumphs of war.

My immediate thought was, “Why have we taught war, but omitted the wonders of robust peace plans?”

A Brain’s Proclivity to Integrate

eweber   June 7, 2009   10 Comments

Expert Jerome Kagan says to value arts as fuel for the brain in ways that maths and sciences alone cannot generate balanced solutions. Former defense secretary, Robert McNamara says war is flawed by mere rationalism while the brain’s reflective powers, enable us to avoid errors of judgments. Former Federal Reserve… Read more »

Expect Peace in Brain Based Bits

eweber   January 7, 2009   20 Comments

Imagine a climate of peace, with language that inspires, and people who cheer on your talents. Would you agree that peace would have been a better plan than war in most cases you’ve observed? Not a passive peace, but a robust plan where many angles from different viewpoints move forward… Read more »

Wired for War or Poised for Peace?

eweber   October 10, 2008   13 Comments

How we situate images of war affects how our brains wire to support or reject it. Replace words such as war on terror with expressions that grow stronger communities, and our brains shift from expectations of violence to proposals for peace across differences. Imagine a place of prosperity where no… Read more »