We have a rare treat in store for you - an evening that will stimulate your brain, warm your heart, and delight your palate! The Silicon Valley United Nations Association, with the goal of promoting international co-operation, and the USCPFA- South Bay Chapter, with their aim of promoting friendships between peoples of United Stated and China, are joining forces to co-sponsor a program featuring Martin and Dorothie Hellman.
Martin, co-winner of the Turing Award 2016 for his groundbreaking work in cryptography, and Dorothie, a CPA who left her career to be a full-time volunteer for the Beyond War foundation, combine rational thinking, logical analysis, and holistic compassion to problems small and big. Drawing upon their experiences in fifty years in a marriage that ranged from rocky and shaky to smooth sailing, they realized that the techniques that have learned in finally achieving a perfect personal relationship can be applied to relationships between nations. They have written a book, A New Map for Relationships, in which they have discussed these techniques and how it would have applied in international problems involving countries such as Iraq, Iran, Cuba, Afghanistan, and North Korea. They have persuasively made a case for seeing problems from another’s perspectives (“be curious, not furious”).
Come spend an evening with friends and soon-to-be-friends and learn how to “creating true love at home and peace on earth!"