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How Your Graduate Education Can Change the World. Rachel E. Mann, MA, PhD Mettaknowledge for Peace, LLC University of Virginia. Heartbreak. Christopher Hedges, War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning , New York: Public Affairs, 2002, 13. Genocide Watch. 12 countries at high risk

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How your graduate education can change the world

How Your Graduate Education Can Change the World

Rachel E. Mann, MA, PhD

Mettaknowledge for Peace, LLC

University of Virginia



Christopher hedges war is a force that gives us meaning new york public affairs 2002 13

Christopher Hedges, War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, New York: Public Affairs, 2002, 13.


Genocide watch
Genocide Watch

  • 12 countries at high risk

  • 66 at moderate risk

http://www.genocidewatch.org


Iraq war casualties
Iraq War Casualties

  • 4,379 US troops killed

  • 31,669 US troops wounded

  • 140 journalists killed

  • 600,000 Iraqi civilians killed (est.)

  • 50,000 Iraqi insurgents killed (est.)

From About.com:

http://usliberals.about.com/od/homelandsecurit1/a/IraqNumbers.htm


Environmental and human destruction
Environmental and Human Destruction

  • One and a half acres of rainforest are lost everyday

  • 137 species of animals, plants, and insects lost everyday due to rainforest destruction (50,000/year)

  • 10,000,000 Indians lived in the rainforest 5 centuries ago

  • Today, only 200,000 remain

Rainforest Facts: http://www.rain-tree.com/facts.htm


James hillman a terrible love of war new york penguin books 2005 p 21

“Brutalities such as slavery, cruel punishment, abuse of young children, corporal mutilation remain reprehensible, yet find acceptance in the body politic and may even be incorporated into its law. Though ‘war is normal’ shocks our morality and wounds our idealism, it stands solidly as a statement of fact.”

James Hillman, A Terrible Love of War, New York: Penguin Books, 2005, p. 21.


Is this normal
Is this normal? young children, corporal mutilation remain reprehensible, yet find acceptance in the body politic and may even be incorporated into its law. Though ‘war is normal’ shocks our morality and wounds our idealism, it stands solidly as a statement of fact.”


The seville statement
The Seville Statement young children, corporal mutilation remain reprehensible, yet find acceptance in the body politic and may even be incorporated into its law. Though ‘war is normal’ shocks our morality and wounds our idealism, it stands solidly as a statement of fact.”

  • "It is scientifically incorrect to say that we have inherited a tendency to make war from our animal ancestors."

  • "It is scientifically incorrect to say that war or any other violent behaviour is genetically programmed into our human nature."

  • "It is scientifically incorrect to say that in the course of human evolution there has been a selection for aggressive behaviour more than for other kinds of behaviour."

  • "It is scientifically incorrect to say that humans have a 'violent brain'."

  • "It is scientifically incorrect to say that war is caused by 'instinct' or any single motivation."


The seville statement 16 november 1989 unesco

“We conclude that biology does not condemn humanity to war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

The Seville Statement, 16 November 1989, UNESCO


If it isn t normal

If it isn’t normal, war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

Then what can you do?


Uncc graduate programs

18 Doctoral Degrees war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

Business

Counseling

Electrical Engineering

Mathematics

Public Policy

Information Technology

62 Masters Degrees

Accountancy

Art Education

Chemisty

Civil Engineering

Ethics & Applied Psychology

Gerontology

Nursing

UNCC Graduate Programs


What is education for

What is war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”education for?

Who am I?


What is your deeper intention
What is your deeper intention? war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”


Cold war consciousness
Cold War Consciousness war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”


The journey
The journey war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

  • “This piece was meant to affirm that no one can contain, destroy or restrain the human spirit. It is an assertion of presence and a celebration of survival.”

    • Marta Sanchez,

    • “Embracing Hope”

    • The Art of Surviving

    • http://www.artofsurviving.org

Marta Sanchez,

“Embracing Hope”

The Art of Surviving

http://www.artofsurviving.org


The peacekeepers
The Peacekeepers war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

  • M.K. Gandhi: lawyer

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.(1964): minister

  • Mohammed ElBaradei (2005): international law

  • Lech Walesa (1983): electrician


We must become the change we want to see in the world

“We must become the change we want to see in the world.” war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

M.K. Gandhi


Peacekeeping and connection
Peacekeeping and Connection war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”


To contact me

To contact me: war, and that huumanity can be freed from the bondage of biological pessimism and empowered with confidence to undertake the transformative tasks needed….Although these tasks are mainly institutional and collective, they also rest upon the consciousness of individual participants for whom pessimism and optimism are crucial factors. Just as wars begin in the ‘minds of men’, peace also begins in our minds. The same species who invented war is capable of inventing peace. The responsibility lies with each of us.”

rachel@mettaknowledge.com

434-227-0538

http://www.mettaknowledge.com