Peace Challenge: Getting Paid for Posting Peace


Stop School Violence, Viral Humiliations, and Bullying by Raising Compassionate Boys

In response to all the school shootings, sexual assaults, viral humiliations, and bullying, I’m launching an audio series called “Raising Compassionate Boys.” I’d like to do whatever I can to change the culture of violence, rape, and cruelty that boys are indoctrinated in.

I wanted to ask you if you would be a partner in this launch. All that means is that during the week of the launch, you will publish one post on boys, parenting, children, love, compassion, bullying, assault, shame, gender, masculinity, etc with a link to

 Fox Sitting

You can also post a review, testimonial, or interview, because…

If you become a partner, I will give you the audio series for free before it is released. This audio series includes a special audio track just for men–it is a track by a man for men about why compassion is important for men and boys. The audio series costs $29.95, so you will be getting paid for posting for peace. Thank you for all your posts and support.
If you are interested, please email me at

12 comments on “Peace Challenge: Getting Paid for Posting Peace

  1. Indira says:

    This is the most needed service the world needs today. I pray you get success in this.

  2. This is a wonderful idea. I raised a boy, and feel that the fact that we always had cats and dogs have made a difference in his compassion level. We also had no television, and I think that helped a lot.

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      So true, TLN. Animals are a great way for children to learn to care, nurture, and empathize with others. We disconnected our cables years ago. The boys still watch netflix however. 😦 {{{hugs}}} Kozo

  3. Great initiative. Keep us posted!

  4. Geo Sans says:

    with a neighbour
    discussing various
    parental approaches
    towards education
    ideas of
    visions of
    open dialogue
    parents, families, communities
    fitting all our future pieces

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      Love this, GS. Glad to know that others are seeing the same things that I am. It gets lonely sometimes on the path of compassion. Thanks for the company and the references. {{{hugs}}} Kozo

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