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  • Hawaii Forgiveness Project -Annual InternationalForgiveness Festival - Friday, February 9, 4:00 pm.

Spirit and Non-Violence

Perspectives on Forgiveness

A talk by renowned peacemaker Piero Giorgi

associate of Hawai'i's Glenn Paige

Glenn Paige was one of Hawai'is great intellectuals and practitioners of peace.

For decades until his recent passing one year ago, Glenn Paige made waves around the world with his radical question: "What if we had a culture based on non-killing?"

Appreciate Glenn Paige again here,

or for the first time --

Now, a leading practitioner of Paige's work, Piero Giorgi, is on a brief visit to Honolulu and has agreed to speak to the Hawai'i Forgiveness Project program.

Friday, February 9, 4:00 pm. Details below.

Piero has always created bridges between science and the humanities. Since 1967 he has worked in developmental biology and concentrated on the development of brain and behavior. This was central to the application of modern neuroscience and anthropology to peace studies, his major research interest in the last 17 years.

From 1988 to 2002 Piero did research on the history and philosophy of biology and medicine. He also established and directed the bilingual periodical "ConVivio -- Journal of Italian Studies".

Since 2004, Piero Giorgi he has promoted Peace Studies and nonviolence in association with the University of Queensland (Australia), the University of Otago (New Zealand) and the European Centre in Gargnano (Brescia, Italy).

More about Piero Giorgi,

and a free download of his book, here.

You are invited to come and meet this outstanding global citizen, and critical thinker about the wellsprings of peace.

Complimentary meeting, open to all

Friday, February 9, 2018

Temple Emanu-El

2550 Pali Hwy

Honolulu, HI 96817

just north of downtown Honolulu

on the Pali Highway

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Hawai'i Forgiveness Project

Celebrating forgiveness in all its religious, artistic, personal,

judicial, educational, social and political forms.

A free monthly meeting is held on the first Friday

of each month, subject to changes in notice.

An annual festival is held on the first Sunday

in August each year.

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