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Thomas Slatin Quote

“Everyone speaks of how far the human race has advanced, yet we refuse to acknowledge the fact that we still unnecessarily and inexcusably condone the use of violence and destruction as a justifiable means of conflict resolution.” —Thomas W.P. Slatin

14 responses to “Thomas Slatin Quote”

  1. I totally agree with you. People praise how far we’ve com in terms with technology, yet there is violence everywhere. I don’t know if we are moving forward or backward as a humanity.

  2. Well stated Tom, it baffles me with the world. We are all learned but still using violent and threat than peace-talk or dialogue.

  3. Interpersonal conflict is a fact of life and can arise in almost any sphere, conflict resolution is cherish among human more.

  4. Nice quote from your desk Tom. This is a wonderful and reasonable quote everyone should reason with.

  5. This is absolutely true. I am of the opinion that as a species, humans are also inherently violent and antagonistic to one another in ways where rather terrible situations push them to do the ugliest of things to one another. It is pretty disheartening to say the least.

  6. It’s sad the level of violence in the world today. Sometimes it makes me feel like we are evolving backwards.

  7. In my opinion the human race hasn’t advanced much. We will only be truly advanced when we realize world peace.

  8. I always say let peace leads and I know everyone get to understand that peace is a better weapon than violet that is destructive.

  9. I may sound weird but fact is as a race, WE FIND BEAUTY IN CHAOS. That is pretty much a fact However the same hands that can be violent are also the ones who can be the guiding light. Violence is not going anywhere but we can be better.

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