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    An interesting alternative to jailing

    ​I received an ARC of this book. I am leaving an honest review This was an interesting book. I had not heard of Healing Justice concept before this book. I had the concept he refers to when I read his last book, 'Dancing With Elephants'. He used the concept of circles in helping with his disease. Healing Justice is a concept that the person who is taken advantage of needs healing and so does the the one who did the crime. The author takes on the concept by visiting three different communities. Each one approaches the concept from their own point of view. Each one has had their own way of implementing it. While I understand the concept I do have problems with how it can be truly implemented in the life of people today. While our society may be the problem, it is hard to move the ship while it is going strongly in one direction. I also understand that the abuser is in need of help as much as the one who receives the abuse, but sometimes an abuser is just that, an abuser, and there is not a clear way to reach them. The book tends to read like a text book in parts. I understand from the forward that these were published as part of his college classes so that may be the reason. Safe for all to read but as specialized as it is I do not think many of my circle of friends might be interested.
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    Inspiring

    Incredible stories, inspiring a new way to live and to love.
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