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THE KITE RUNNER: I will need to facilitate a thought-provoking group discussion of a theme "Power". Any ideas? and any open questions? thanks

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people do so much to get power in their hands..but is it that useful as they die hard and use wrong means to get it?
You could open the discussion by asking individuals to define power or state what it means to them. You can talk about the different ways people try to attain power and the reasons they have for doing so. To provoke some thought I guess you could talk about instances in the past where people or organizations have tried to attain power and in so doing have caused great damage...
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