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“Nonviolence: more than a word”–Daily Metta

August 11: “Nothing that is violent can be of lasting benefit to mankind [sic].” –Gandhi (Gandhi’s Correspondence with the Government 1942-1944) More times than I can count, I have have been engaged in passionate discussions around replacing the word ‘nonviolence.’ Why should we define ourselves negatively?’ People ask; should we really be talking about a… read more