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  • This initiative is just what I want...
    I really appreciate the initiative! I would say that I would consider non-violent alternatives in my area if I felt that it was presented in a convincing way. I think non-violent action needs to be very disciplined, very well organized. I think that was one of the most important lessons in Egypt. The insight in the population that there was a plan and that people were going to stick to the plan and that the plan was powerful was very important. So, a strategic plan targeting seveal areas, blogging, strikes, manifestations would be very important. Also, as observed in Egypt, the time ...
  • Self-Deception & Peace
    I have many times thought about when we want to make our perceived reality our own. We spend an enormous amount of time trying to justify why we are not to blame when in too many cases we conveniently forget that we are part of the problem. We try to justify our own behavior to make it right. We justify if only because of our desire to feel good, not because of the feeling of working for the overall good. I live a peaceful, convenient and comfortable life yet I never feel like iI am resting in it as I know others are in unrest. I love this initiative as it is all about finding ...
  • Finding The Angel In Us, Not The Demon
    We all need angels in our lives whether they are literal or spiritual angels. Ironically we spend a lot of time running from them. We run from what makes us happy and peaceful. We should always strife to allow the angel in us to always win over the demon. I have been thinking about this post for quite some time. I am not sure why I have not written this before other than timing, The world needs hope. We need hope. Wherever we are. Whatever we face. Whatever tries to make us hate. Always find the angel… Do not find the demon… Do not find ...