1 Think globally Find and support groups in conflict zones that are committed to non-violence. Fighting injustice with arms breeds undemocratic peace. It's in the trenches that the seeds of peace are sown.
2 Invest and spend responsibly Money talks. Don't sink bucks into companies that feed the defence industry or Third World conflicts. Tithe yourself to support anti-war orgs.
3 Reach out Make friends with people of a different cultures. See the world their way as an exercise in sharpening your empathy quotient.
4 Lessons for all Push for conflict resolution skills on par with math and history in our classrooms. Then demand all pols graduate from the course.
5 Be a media guerrilla Parse the papers for powercrat war moves and respond with e-mails and quick-action demos. Think of yourself as a one-person peace brigade.
6 Reframe interpersonal discord Picture your conflicts with others not as "you vs them" but rather "both of you vs the problem." Picture the global implications of this shift.
7 Walk lightly on the earth Use the planet's resources with care many wars are fought over oil, water, minerals and other gifts of nature.
8 Make poverty history We can't end global discord without sharing the wealth. Campaign for foreign aid and an end to corporate control.
9 Honour the war resisters Those who refuse to fight in unjust wars are our heros. Do what you can for them. No soldiers, no war machine.
10 Be a public peacenik Show daily evidence of your anti-war passions with buttons, lawn signs, T-shirts. Help build critical mass.