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The Myth of Sysyphus The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a boulder to the top of a mountain with the boulder relentlessly falling back on its own weight. The gods thought with some validity that there is no more dreadful punishment than one of futile and hopeless labor. Rolling out a peace program in today's war-weary culture is like offering an invitation for ridicule, resistance and even anger. Change is never popular. And peace can be a bully as it teases and taunts the mind with it’s endless possibilities. Rolling the Paxtial Arts program out is like pushing a boulder up a hill. It would be a formidable quest at the least if it was just one person pushing. When more than two people are pushing the boulder up that mountain, the task is not so daunting. So today we are grateful that now it is not just my wife Baer and I pushing this forward. We are grateful for our growing numbers. We thank all those who are taking the time to look at our movement and seriously contemplating how the Paxtial Arts mindset can create a more peaceful world for individuals, families and communities alike. We are growing in numbers and momentum as we privately receive correspondence from a wide range of diverse professional fields. Some joining our momentum include prominent psychologists, film and TV producers, professional marketers and even the mayor of our town! Exciting things are happening behind the scenes! We thank you all! So how do you move a boulder up a mountain? Synchronized hearts and minds Many hands One step at a time

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