Monthly Archives: December 2014

Writing for Peace, By Wang Ping

Writing for Peace By Wang Ping “Without poetry, how can we live?” said Confucius to his son, who whined about having to study and write poetry every day. Why do we write? What’s the need to write? What’s the meaning … Continue reading

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Considering Tears, By Yahya Ghobadi

Writing for Peace welcomes Guest Writer Yahya Ghobadi, director of the animated film, Tears.  Considering Tears By Yahya Ghobadi   Tears is a reflection on the crisis of war which continues in Syria, Iraq, and other countries. “Dove Tear” soars … Continue reading

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Shaking it, By Adriana Paramo

Shaking it By Adriana Paramo By the time I arrive at the ladies only gym where I’m supposed to do a Zumba® demonstration, a few of the women are already at the lobby waiting for me. It’s hard to communicate … Continue reading

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