Presentation on theme: "Happy and Peaceful Life through Dialogue at the Youth Detention Center Parichart Suwanbubbha."— Presentation transcript:
Happy and Peaceful Life through Dialogue at the Youth Detention Center Parichart Suwanbubbha
► Happy and peaceful life for children in the boy detention center, Songkhla District 9 means non-violence and improving their self-esteem. means non-violence and improving their self-esteem.
► It is necessary to accept that these boys can be developed and transformed into the better life. They are able to be trained and developed to become the moral and happy members of communities after the detention.
Human centered development ► In this one-fathom long body along with its perceptions and thoughts, do I proclaim the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world and the path leading to the cessation of the world. (S.I:62) (S.I:62)
Dialogue as a tool of learning and communication ► The most conflicts may be derived from miscommunication and prejudgments of others. ► Older children who have been living in this place longer usually control a group of young and weaker children.
Dialogue = deep listening ► Listening with compassioned mind. ► Not prejudging others. ► Listening with empathy. ► Listening in order to learn grow grow change change cooperate cooperate
Supportive roles of religious teachings for dialogue ► Buddhism A state that is not pleasant or delightful to me must be so for him (her) also; a state which is not pleasant or delightful for me, how could I inflict that on another? (S.V: 353.35-354.2)
► Christianity Whatever you wish others do to you, do so to them. (Matthew 7:12) (Matthew 7:12)
► Islam No one of you is a believer until he desires for his brother that which he desires for himself. (Nawawi’s collection of Forty Hadiths)
The golden rules ► Do to others what you like them to do to you.
The process of dialogue ► Preparation stage ► The actual experience ► The reflection stage