Minister Pens Booklet to Help Bring Non-Violence Into the World
Dean G. Van Wie writes about the steps everyone can take to make our lives better through non-violence.
There would be more peace and joy and unconditional love, and we would all treat each other like brothers and sisters.
Retired minister of Unity Church of the Quad Cities Rev. Dean G. Van Wie has provided a means of bringing non-violence into the world via a short and concise booklet.
Containing 26 steps to help bring more non-violence into the world, the basic premise of the booklet is the statement in Genesis 1:26 saying that all mankind was created in the image and after the likeness of God. Van Wie says that if we all really and truly understood this, the world would be much different. There would be more peace and joy and unconditional love, and we would all treat each other like brothers and sisters.
“Non-violence”, Van Wie says, “as used by great men like Gandhi is more than just the absence of violence. It is the recognition of everything that is good in our lives! This is love, life, peace, health, happiness, right relationships and all things good! Furthermore, the main concept that they wanted to reveal was that this goodness is the rightful domain of every person on the planet!
It is the purpose of this booklet to present a thorough understanding of steps that we can all take to make our lives, the lives of those around us and the lives of all persons in the world better through a more thorough understanding and utilization of non-violence.”
Professional book reviews have hailed The ABC’s of Non-Violence as appealing to members of peace groups, non-violence organizations, and other various groups who are interested in overcoming wars, murders, and other forms of violence which we are currently experiencing on our planet. Readers who want to create a safer world will surely enjoy Van Wie’s work.
The ABC’s of Nonviolence
By: Dean G. Van Wie
Paperback | 68 pages | ISBN 978-1-4525-7970-2
Available at www.barnesandnoble.com and www.amazon.com
About the Author
Rev. Dean G. Van Wie recently retired after 13 and ½ years as minister of Unity Church of the Quad Cities in Moline, Illinois. His nickname has been “Dean, Dean, the Affirmation Machine” as he has developed a knack for using affirmations for every challenge or need that may appear in life.Now, if you want to know additional information about Rev. Dean G. Van Wie and his book, please visit http://www.ichoosenonviolence.com/.
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