On April 2nd, let us also ignite peace within our interior
Who has not at times, in moments of fear, difficulty and discouragement, asked for help in their interior, according to their beliefs, to a loved one who is or has…Read more
In Europe, Ukraine, Russia and all over the world, people want peace while governments demand more and more weapons and human resources for war.
We demand the right to health, education, work and a liveable planet, but governments are dragging us into all-out war.
The only chance to avoid the worst lies in the awakening of human beings and the ability of people to organise themselves.
Very often, the word nonviolence conjures up the image of good people who do not harm others and who, in general, prefer to avoid conflict. Nonviolence is associated with a form of passivity, with not being violent, or even with not asserting ones own rights and reasons.
This is far removed from the philosophy and practice of nonviolence.