Conflict Hotline

Conflict Hotline – January 17, 2005

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The Conflict Hotline’s 2nd of 8 shows, 8 people called. Host
Miki Kashtan supported callers in facing a variety of difficulties in their life. A prominent themes was relationships with siblings, in which callers wanted understanding for themselves, hope for resolution, and hope for being able to understand their siblings. Another theme was inner conflicts, ranging from wanting healing and support for difficulties from the past, to seeking understanding and inner peace and acceptance. This being Martin Luther King Day, Miki connected a variety of the topics to some of MLK’s deepest messages of finding compassion and love for everyone, including self and others when we act in ways which are not in line with our deepest values, even for when we lose our own compassion.

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