Transcending Communicatively

POETRY FORMAT, 14 Nov 2022

Francisco Gomes de Matos – TRANSCEND Media Service

Communicatively how to transcend?
Ensuring communicative peace will never end
Integrating peace and dignity as a new communicative blend
Committing to dignipeace
As a creative globalsend

Preparing transcenders
As Nature caregivers
Helping Humanity cherish humility

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Francisco Gomes de Matos, professor emérito de linguística, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasil, é um linguista de paz, educador de direitos humanos, co-fundador da  ABA Global Education, e co-fundador da Comissão de Direitos Humanos Dom Hélder Camara, CAC, UFPE, Recife. Ele é autor, entre outros livros, de Nurturing Nonkilling: A Poetic Plantation, 2010, Center for Global Nonkilling, Honolulu-Hawai’i (www.nonkilling.org), e de Dignity-A Multidimensional View. Dignity Press, 2013 (www.dignitypress.org). fcardosogomesdematos@gmail.com.


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