Nonviolence

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle to Discover the Law of ONE

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle
to Discover the Law of ONE

 

What is corruption?

Cor’rupt’ion ‘phthora’,

A rupture in the body politic?

A standard deviation from the error of the estimate

of minimum standards,

Where the ends justifies the means.

 

The usher of the Black Rod stands at West… Continue reading

Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh and the Law of Nonviolence

My inner feeling is that Gandhi made non-violence more important than his life, moral arguments, pressure and compassion for those to face the death penalty. For Gandhi God is Truth and Truth is God and Non-Violence is to not do harm to another in thought, word or deed.  The young men were advocating for… Continue reading

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Bowling for Florida to Ban Guns and Question Violence!!

Published Wednesday, 21st February, 2018 | By Susan AKA Peacefull | Edit

When I studied Peace Studies at La Trobe University, I recall Dr. Tom Weber speaking about guns.  We discussed if the gun is the problem? Is it an object? Is it us that… Continue reading

Nuclear Armed Countries, Non-Proliferation Treaty and UFOs

What is concerning about nuclear weapons is:

1) high levels of death occur not only in the immediate target area but concentric rings emanating out

2) the uranium half life that lingers for up to 4 billion years

3) the belief that weapons of mass destruction are a deterrent

4) the complicated geopolitics when allies… Continue reading

The Real Gandhi Documentary

A friend said to me the other day the problem is not civil disobedience it is compliance (with unjust laws).  How many just blindly do as they are told.

Here is a teacher that was brought to the world to show us who we really are. Truth is humble because when you know source… Continue reading

Gandhi, Nonviolence and Taking Peace Education Seriously

Below are two interviews with proponents of nonviolence as a tribute to Gandhi’s birthday today. 

The first was a person I met by chance who had actually met Gandhi.  He speaks of his experience in politics, Indian history and his personal experience of Gandhi.  He cried when I spoke to him as… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”

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