Tag Archives: War

The Way to Reconciliation Leads Through Empathy

Photo: ROM – Renewing Our Minds group prays in Vukovar, Croatia. Picture taken in 2006. “A new report argues that using the word ‘reconciliation’ does not help families of Kosovo Albanian and Serb war victims to deal with the past … Continue reading

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God Has Not Forgotten Sarajevo

  This is one of those stories that I repeatedly want people to remember, because as the years are advancing we can easily lose sight of the true heroes of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina 25 years ago. This is … Continue reading

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Our Only Hope

The roots of anger that is increasingly overloading the world are not to be found in the endless list of scapegoats that we are so quick to blame for everything today – for moral, economic, social, political, national and personal … Continue reading

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When Enemies Love and Serve Each Other

At the time when a new intensive season of ROM is coming it is good to remember the past seasons. One of them was portrayed in this article published by The Huffington Post on September 26, 2011: Investing in a … Continue reading

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Your Wars are Not My Wars

I am not sure we have seen a just war anywhere for a long, long time. From the outset, one conflict after another proves to be something else than the wars, revolutions or uprisings the official media is making them … Continue reading

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