Signs of hope for SyriaMy world was falling apartA possibility to find new directionGenerosity, not guilt

Signs of hope for Syria
Despite potential risks, machines and humans can work together to improve the human condition

My world was falling apart

An illness ended his career, but he found an unexpected answer

A possibility to find new direction

Despite potential risks, machines and humans can work together to improve the human condition

Generosity, not guilt

“When I worked hard to be financially stable, do I have to feel guilty enjoying the good things in life?”

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Face to face with conflict
What are our options to respond with courage?

Conflicts surround us; we can’t escape them. On the news, a reporter talks about a shooting at a local high school, a church, a corporate headquarters, a rock concert. You might ask, “Why?” but on social media there’s only angry political debate, no analysis of what could prevent similar events in the future. The headlines feature the latest death toll in the ongoing war in Syria. You might feel hopeless, asking “What can I do?” and move on. But whether it’s at our workplace or in our own family, tensions are part of daily life. What is the right response? Read our experiences and insights to help seek together that elusive path to peace, as individuals and as a society.

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An interview with Andrea Bartoli, an international conflict resolution expert

People like Zéina, Jean and Vivian try to do their part to rebuild their country

An illness ended my career, but I found an unexpected answer

“I know there are many poor in the world, but I worked hard to be financially stable. Do I have to feel guilty about enjoying the good things in life?” P. V.