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"Hoya Saxa Caitlin - While we all can agree on peace as the goal, creating the beloved community requires more than will - it requires skill. We believe that specific educational training in nonviolence principles and methods for social change are a…"
Mar 28, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I grew up in New York, attended Georgetown's University's School of Foreign Service, and am now working for the Clinton Foundation in India. I've lived, worked, and traveled in South American, Europe, and South Asia.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative

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At 7:36am on March 28, 2009, Paul Bueno de Mesquita said…
Hoya Saxa Caitlin -
While we all can agree on peace as the goal, creating the beloved community requires more than will - it requires skill. We believe that specific educational training in nonviolence principles and methods for social change are a key ingredient for the kind of reconciliation and peaceful conditions that lead to economic equality and social justice. Let us know if we can ever provide you with training support or assist you in your mission. Blessings on you and those you are serving.
Peace On,
Paul Bueno de Mesquita
Kingian Nonviolence Summer Institute
Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies
University of Rhode Island
At 10:34am on January 13, 2009, Philip Murugiah said…
Hi Caitlin,

Nice to hear that you are working in india for the CF, again on HIV.

My intention is to build a dialogue with many people around to develop a south Asian network for democracy, justice, and governance.

What you think?

At 5:47am on December 22, 2008, Waheed Ahmad said…

Easy is to get a place is someone's address book.
Difficult is to get a place in someone's heart.

Easy is to judge the mistakes of others
Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes

Easy is to talk without thinking
Difficult is to refrain the tongue

Easy is to hurt someone who loves us.
Difficult is to heal the wound...

Easy is to forgive others
Difficult is to ask for forgiveness

Easy is to set rules.
Difficult is to follow them...

Easy is to dream every night.
Difficult is to fight for a dream...

Easy is to show victory.
Difficult is to assume defeat with dignity...

Easy is to admire a full moon.
Difficult to see the other side...

Easy is to stumble with a stone.
Difficult is to get up...

Easy is to enjoy life every day.
Difficult to give its real value...

Easy is to promise something to someone.
Difficult is to fulfill that promise...

Easy is to say we love.
Difficult is to show it every day...

Easy is to criticize others.
Difficult is to improve oneself...

Easy is to make mistakes.
Difficult is to learn from them...

Easy is to weep for a lost love.
Difficult is to take care of it so not to lose it.

Easy is to think about improving.
Difficult is to stop thinking it and put it into action...

Easy is to think bad of others
Difficult is to give them the benefit of the doubt...

Easy is to receive
Difficult is to give

Easy to read this
Difficult to follow

Easy is to keep the friendship with words
Difficult is to keep it with meanings.

Would u like to be my Penpal

I am Waheed 33 Male Lawyer , working for human rights in Pakistan

hope to hear from you soon

At 1:06pm on December 13, 2008, shyam tosawad said…
Dear Caitlin
thanks for being my friend wish you all the are now in india if you think any where i cn be usefull or helpfull ,without any hasitation you can ask me for any work.
At 4:50pm on December 12, 2008, Bobichand Rajkumar said…
Dear Caitlin,
Welcome to this network of people who are working/researching/studying for conflict resolution/transformation, peacebuilding, human rights and development etc.!
You are really doing important work in the field of conflict tranformation.
I hope that we could exhange and share information, ideas, knowledge and experiences.
I look forward to hearing from you and to keeping in touch.

Warm regards,
At 9:10pm on December 11, 2008, Father Robin Sahaya said…
Hi I am a catholic Priest in India. I liked your idea and your vision. I want to know more about yopu and your vision/ fr. robin
At 8:37pm on December 10, 2008, shyam tosawad said…
Dear Caitlin
well come in india i wish you all the best.

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