These are challenging advices, dealing with concepts such as prejudice, forgiveness, reconciliation, and empathy. They look at our approach to conflict, both as individuals and as Quakers. Working with conflict is both reflective and active. It takes us deeply inside ourselves in the silence, recognising that life and power that takes away the occasion of all wars, but also the seeds of destructive conflict in ourselves. This issue offers ways to assist children with thinking about these advices, based on children’s own experience.