Part one

In nation rebuilding, it's one step at a time

IT'S AN ALL TOO COMMON SCENARIO. A country is devastated by war, economic collapse, or multiple disasters. Aid offers pour in. From the perspectives of both giving and receiving nations, though, genuine progress in nation building sometimes moves at a glacial pace. But even glaciers move.

Ideas, more than dollars, leverage change. And the movement of thought that rebuilds lives and whole economies begins in individual hearts—with caring thoughts and consent given to a restorative power beyond human skill.

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