21 essential writings on nonviolence and reconciliation by Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh. He emphasizes that nonviolence stems from love and selfless action, offering insights for those engaged in social work and activism. Drawing on his experiences in the Buddhist nonviolent peace movement during the Vietnam War, he stresses that ethical, mindful love is the foundation for enduring political change. The anthology also includes poetry and a play, “The Path of Return Continues the Journey,” mourning the loss of young volunteers for social service in the war. It showcases Thich Nhat Hanh’s profound connection with suffering and his artful response.