Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 Focus: I walk with truth and justice, patience and compassion, courage and loving-kindness.

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Gandhi lived Ahimsa (non-violence) as a daily practice, waging peace to stop war and violence. His lifelong “experiments” with truth proved that truth force is more powerful than brute force.

Ahimsa reveals forms of peace that extend far beyond mere absence of war. For Gandhi, peace means walking with truth and justice, patience and compassion, courage and loving-kindness.

Ahimsa actively promotes universal well-being and encourages the flourishing of all life, not just humans. It is the art of living in the present and opening our imaginations to a good life for all.

Excerpted from the article:
Peaceful Revolution? Gandhi’s Four Paths to Get There
by Madhu Suri Prakash.

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