Monthly Archives: December 2011

2012: The Year of Nonviolence?

By Jake Olzen If 2011 was the year of the protester, 2012 may prove to be the year of nonviolence. What’s the difference? It’s as great as between yes and no. A crucial awakening that envelopes humanity’s collective struggle for … Continue reading

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Share an experience or story

Friends all, It would be wonderful if you have an experience or story on nonviolence to share. Do write.

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Re-dedicating ourselves to the priority of means over ends

Moral idealism is dangerous because it is inevitably accompanied by the belief that the end justifies the means, that violence in service of justice is justified. Gandhiji was aware that this would open the floodgates to brutality, and therefore he … Continue reading

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