Tag Archives: non-violence

International Day Of Non-Violence

If we suffer throbbing pain day after day for weeks on end, we need more than an analgesic to alleviate pain. The pain is a warning sign that something might need medical attention. We need to treat the cause not just the symptom. … Continue reading

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No Harm

As I sat down with my coffee this morning to tap out this post, I decided to check out the etymology of the word “harm”.  My old collegiate dictionary says the word derives from an Old English term, “hearm”, which, … Continue reading

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International Day Of Non-Violence

In all probability, humans have used violent activity to attempt to achieve individual and group goals ever since our earliest evolution.  To the casual observer, it seems like the habit of using physical or mental vilence to achieve social and … Continue reading

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César Chávez Day

“Si, se puede.”  Yes, it can be done. The slogan for activist and organizer César Chávez, has been a rallying point for workers involved in the farm labor movement in the U.S. César Chávez was born on March 31, 1927 … Continue reading

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