If you become involved in the political process, you can help to determine the shape of the world you live in, both locally and globally.

If you don’t, someone else will do it – and you may not like the result.


101 Ways to Stop the War on Iraq
Compiled and written by Guy Dauncey, Victoria, BC, Canada

One Way to Stop the War for All of Us

101.   Give up the belief that the world is going to hell in a handbasket. Put fear to one side, and replace it with the confidence that we can solve our many problems, if we work together. We are incredibly creative, inventive people. We have to do this. What other option do we have?

There is a Native American story about a grandfather, talking to his young grandson. He tells the boy that he has two wolves inside him that are struggling with each other. The one is the wolf of peace, love and kindness. The other is the wolf of fear, greed and hatred.

"Which wolf will win, grandfather?" asks the young boy.

"Whichever one I feed," is the reply.