Nonviolence

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 he… Continue reading

What Gandhi Taught Me About Jesus

 

What Gandhi Taught Me about Jesus
 
A Pastor’s Memoir
 
By A. C. Oommen*
 
I first saw Mahatma Gandhi when I was twelve, when he came to our state of Kerala in south India to help remove the age-old injustice of caste discrimination. He addressed a huge gathering on a river bed… Continue reading

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates: All People Speak Up for Peace and Nonviolence

 

It is time to stop the ongoing wound of the Middle East.  It is time to show a higher way that peace is not only possible it is inevitable when chosen.  The issues we face around the world are up to all people’s to make a decision – do they want war/violence… Continue reading

Nonviolent Communication is About Needs Not Demonsing Others

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing, and rightdoing, there is a field. I will meet you there.   –Rumi

Wikipedia describes Marshall Rosenberg, a leading light for nonviolence in the world.  First is a Wikipedia overview of his work and beneath is a video of him talking about his teaching of nonviolence.  If… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Each one has to find his peace from within. And peace to be real must be unaffected by outside circumstances.”

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