64 Ways in 64 Days – 15th Gandhi, King, Chavez Season for Peace and Nonviolence
Week eight, Days 50 to 56: Nonviolence challenges us to stand for Truth and take action that honors every human being.
- Day 50 – CHOICE (March 20)
You have the option to choose a path of violence or nonviolence. We are always at choice in our lives. Today, choose nonviolence.
- Day 51 – ADVOCACY (March 21)
“Every action for peace requires someone to exhibit the courage to challenge violence and inspire love,” said Buddhist teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh. How can you advocate for a better world today?
- Day 52 – EQUALITY (March 22)
“Unity among every living thing.” Today, try to view everyone through loving, non-judgmental eyes. See them as though they are your own brothers and sisters.
- Day 53 – ACTION (March 23)
“Be the change you wish to see in the world,” said Gandhi. Today, you have the choice between positive and negative action. Choose the most positive actions for the universe.
- Day 54 – GIVING (March 24)
Giving and receiving go hand in hand. The more you give, the more you receive. Practice giving with no thought of return. Notice how people who never give to others, never receive from others. When you shut down your ability to give, you also shut down your ability to receive. Practice this and notice how your life changes for the better. Give of your time, your energy, your material possessions, or just give love and support.
- Day 55 – RESPONSIBILITY (March 25)
Take responsibility for your actions today. The quality of our world depends on you. What can you do today to better the world or even just your own environment? Think of ways you can be more responsible for helping your community, family, or your friends.
- Day 56 – SELF-SUFFICIENCY (March 26)
Think about what you want to do for a living. What do you want your life to look like? What do you want to have? How do you want to feel? What steps do you need to take to get to your goals? How can you become self-sufficient?
Created for www.agnt.org and Season for Nonviolence – 2007 by Greater Dallas Task Force – www.64-days.org