unhurtful

unhurtful

(ʌnˈhɜːtfʊl)
adj
not hurtful
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Maintaining that there were 354 taxes in Nigeria, which create duplicity of taxes and favouritism on where to audit and where not to audit, not minding the unprofessional conduct of tax collectors, who sometimes threaten the public, NESG also regretted that the penalties for non-payment of taxes in Nigeria were not only unhurtful and not punitive enough, but that the processes of penalizing reluctant taxpayers were selective.
We worked with teachers who want to educate the new generation to handle conflict in constructive unhurtful ways.
The answer, far beyond the boundaries of a yes or no, emerges slowly and gracefully in this well-crafted narrative about a family rended by conflict and, like the nation, knowing little of the art of unhurtful conflict resolution.