CPT’s 25th anniversary year provides fertile ground for reviewing the past and looking towards the future – a process that includes reflecting on our collective vision as an organization.  What would the world look like if CPT were completely successful in our work?  Here is just a sampling of thoughts from CPTers.  What are yours?  E-mail them to peacemakers@cpt.org.      

 A world of communities that together embrace the diversity of the human family and live justly and peaceably with all creation.
 Solidarity, justice and healing for all in a world without war.
 A world, built by communities, grounded in respect, justice, and love, even of enemies, where conflict is transformed peacefully.
 A world where we live in harmony with nature, experience beauty, justice and respect, and solve conflicts without violence.
 A world in which both oppressed and oppressor are liberated into a kaleidoscope of cultural equality and neighborly expressions of the ongoing struggle for freedom, justice and caring for all of creation.
 A peaceful and just world that comes when the bonds of racism, economic domination, fear and violence are broken and the integrity of creation is respected.
 People will sit under their own vines and fig trees with no one to make them afraid.
 A mosaic of communities of every part of the human family, living together as part of this precious planet in full mutual respect, profound care and justice that radiates into joy.
 God’s domination-free order fueled and sustained by love.
 A world where people driven by fear and greed are strategically loved and persuaded by astute foolishness, where the Ministry of Healing responds to all parties to an injury, and where there is time and desire to visit and break bread with neighbors.

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