Category Archives: Nonviolence

Resisting the Perils of Power

By Kathie MM and Anthony J. Marsella In our recent post on the power of tyranny and the tyranny of power,  we focused particularly on the dangers inherent in absolute power, hegemonic power, and the corruption of power. But remember, … Continue reading

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Love to YOU, from Fyodor

by Kathie MM “Love all God’s creation, both the whole and every grain of sand. Love every leaf, every ray of light. Love the animals, love the plants, love each separate thing. If thou love each thing thou wilt perceive … Continue reading

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Marching for Science in Boston

By Deborah Belle The Trump presidency has put many things at risk, not least the project of utilizing science for the public good. Scientific research budgets are slashed, and current scientific knowledge is actively suppressed when it conflicts with profits … Continue reading

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Human Kindness: America’s Positive People

by Charles Bayer* Last week I described how I have often encountered America’s positive people — those I know, as well as complete strangers who have gone out of their way to be gracious and helpful. This week I want … Continue reading

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