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What is the difference between punishment and discipline? H. S. Daniels explains the difference in his book The Punisher Cycle. This book is for every parent, teacher, leader, politician, judge, and anyone who deals with people. For too long, society has used the barbaric method of punishment when someone commits an infraction of the rules. Punishment rarely changes anyone. Most of the time all punishment does is develop someone into being a punisher. When we opt to use discipline instead of punishment, we are teaching the offender new ways and skills for dealing with life and the myriad of problems living presents. Daniels calls upon his life experiences and the experiences of those he has observed to show how switching from a punishment mentality to using discipline can change lives and society.
H. S. Daniels wants to change society into a more gentle and loving existence. In The Punisher Cycle, he teaches the difference between punishment and discipline. He writes with great passion about the problems that punishment causes and how simply switching to a disciplining mentality can result in vast improvements in the way society functions. Too many people do not understand the difference between punishment and discipline. As a result, they think they are doing the right thing when they punish their child, their employee, or someone who has broken society’s rules. Daniels calls for using the much more humane method of discipline and avoiding punishment when possible. Daniels does admit that sometimes punishment might be the only option, but most of the time for most people, discipline trumps punishment. This easy-to-understand and motivational book will help give the reader a new appreciation for discipline and encourage working to change the world.