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*An American Celebration of Nonviolence:  Gandhi and the Rule of Guns in the USA

Los Angeles:  October 2nd, 2017

Today, October 2nd, is designated by the United Nations as the “International Day of Non-Violence.” A General Assembly resolution to this effect was passed in 2007, with the hope that a day so designated would be an occasion to “disseminate the message of non-violence, including through education and public awareness” throughout the world.  1,311 more words

The Politics Of Culture

The point of writing in my art journal

I used to keep a written journal every day. In fact, I’ve got boxes of them taking up space in a closet. When I taught high school English, every class started with ten to fifteen minutes of the students free writing, which I never read. 630 more words

Inner Work


Not agitated
By grief nor hankering after pleasure,
They livs free from lust and fear and anger.
Fettered no more by selfish attachments,
They  are not elated by good fortune… 125 more words

Wisdom Traditions

*The Passing of a Hunger Artist: Dick Gregory, Comedian and Political Activist

The Fact of Being Black: History, Culture, Politics III

Dick Gregory passed away at the age of 84 on August 19 in Washington, DC.  I never had the good fortune to meet him; now, in retrospect, I wish I had taken the trouble to seek him out.    1,303 more words

The Politics Of Culture

Mahatma Gandhi :

Mahatma Gandhi :

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi


2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the pioneer of the Indian freedom development against British run the show. 1,692 more words

Congress Leader

The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volume LXV, by Mohandas Gandhi

Volume LXV of this extraordinary series chronicling the life of Gandhi through his own writings and spoken words, covers March 1937 to July 1937. It is one of the less eventful volumes. 1,494 more words



“Where love is,

there God is


~ Mohandas Gandhi

For lack of any other logical reason

we can safely say that this Uni-verse… 89 more words