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Love your enemies. Bless those who curse you.

Nonviolent Responses to Terror & Injustice
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Friday 8 February - Week 2, Day 3

Advocacy

"When someone stands up to violence, a force for change is released. Every action for peace requires someone to exhibit the courage to challenge violence and inspire love."
Thich Nhat Hanh

Thich Nhat Hanh - a Vietnamese Buddhist - founded a Buddhist order in 1969 in the heat of the Vietnam War and through books such as Being Peace has been a teacher and inspiration to countless active and reflective lovers of peace.


Today

Today, be an ally. Without blaming or judging others, listen from your heart, and speak out with love for those who are disrespected, abused or not listened to.

Find out more about Thich Nhat Hanh, his writings and teachings, and find out - or remember - and talk about the Vietnam War and the nonviolent peace movement that emerged in response to that conflict.

week 2 theme: truth force | proceed to: responsibility | contribute a quotation

As salamu alaykum wa rahmetullah wa barakatu hu
May Peace be upon you and the infinite mercy and blessings of Allah

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Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence
Nonviolent Responses to Terror & Injustice
Wednesday, January 30 - Thursday, April 4, 2019
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