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I'm currently serving a year in AmeriCorps teaching middle school science to under-served children in Hartford, CT. I'm passionate about social justice and giving others the same opportunities that I was blessed with growing up. I think I can benefit from the Global Ethics Network through communication with like-minded individuals.

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Could our new global ethic come from...Afghanistan?

Posted on September 26, 2013 at 4:52am 0 Comments

Originally posted on dispositiondisposal.wordpress.com

A fierce young hunter throttles a lion using a single wooden rod.  Ashoka, the ancient revered ruler of the Maurya Dynasty, possessed a formidable temper from an early age.  Legend has it that Ashoka, in a ruthless ploy for power, got rid of the legitimate heir to the throne by tricking him into entering a pit filled with live coals.  Other legends hold that…

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