peace & nonviolence

DAY 50 Mar. 20: The practice for today is CHOICE. Be aware of any jokes or remarks that show disrespect toward ethnic groups, women or men, classes of people, religious groups, gays or lesbians. By being considerate of every person's dignity and by choosing not to participate in disrespectful communication, I am contributing to a nonviolent society. read more »

Dear Companions,
On the 2nd October 2008 I was repatriated to Sicily.
I do write with concern to the cessation of war.
I do urge the cessation of violence and hostilities.

The Resolution 55/282 was adopted at the fifty fifth session, 7th September 2001, 11th plenary meeting, by the competent organ of the United Nations. read more »

64 Days, 64 Ways to Practice Nonviolence read more »

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The dawn of a new day, a kinder more gentle way, a moment of compassion, trust and understanding, a chance to shift reality is but a single thought, a few words and the simple action of forgiveness away...

L.O.V.E. - Rulz

Lesson, Opportunity, Variety, Evolution...

Respect, Regard, Relevance, Resolution...

Bruce Larson*Moore

64 Days, 64 Ways to Practice Nonviolence
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Hello everybody:
This is a recent translation of Prologue written by a friend of mine.
I wanted to share it, and if anyone is interested,
some more material in available on his web site.
in spanish, english and french.

PROLOGUE read more »

64 Days, 64 Ways to Practice Nonviolence
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"I deserve better. YOU deserve better." Perhaps this is the broken bottom line, perhaps this is where outrage numbs out, chokes up, stalls. How many people ever thought that we DESERVE an end to violence? What a novel, radical thought, to have the hutzpah to even think it! read more »

This is to fix my previous note, and to report an improved web site.
Many new supporters have come forward.
The President of Chile, The Dali Lama, Phillip Glass,
Eduardo Galeano, Lou Reed, Rev.Desmond Tutu,The Mayor of Allentown, PA.
and Tomas Hirsch, The Spokeperson for the Humanist Movement in South America. read more »

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