Day 58: Season for Nonviolence

58. Citizenship Robert Muller, former assistant secretary general to the UN, urges, “Use every letter you write, every conversation you have, every meeting you attend, to express your fundamental beliefs and dreams.” Today call or write one of your legislators and...

Day 57: Season for Nonviolence

57. Service Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve . . . You only need a heart full of grace and a soul generated by love.” Sign up to volunteer a minimum of two hours this month with an organization of your choice....

Day 56: Season for Nonviolence

56. Self-sufficiency People need the dignity of work and the opportunity to provide for themselves and their families. Economic self-sufficiency is a requirement for a nonviolent world. Today, create a job for someone or help someone to find employment (examples: help...

Day 55: Season for Nonviolence

55. Responsibility The quality of your community starts with you. Take responsibility for the quality of your community wherever you are. Today, pick up trash that is not your own, whether at home, at the office, or on the street. Every little bit...

Day 54: Season for Nonviolence

54. Giving Practice generosity by sharing time, energy and material resources with those in need. Clean out your closet, bureau drawers, or garage. Are there things you aren’t using that might be of value to someone else? Today give away what you are no longer...

Day 53: Season for Nonviolence

53. Action “Each of us can work to change a small portion of events and in the total of all those acts will be written the history of this generation,” said Robert Kennedy. Today, find a way to make one, small change that will contribute to the well-being of your...

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