"Nonviolence is to be an artist with your humanity," says Ali Abu Awwad, Palestinian Peace Activist. In this short film made by the Metta Center for Nonviolence, veteran activists make clear the need for nonviolence on a worldwide scale at this critical stage in human evolution--not just to solve problems in an isolated crisis but as a way of life that can change the world for all of us. According to Dr. Bernard LaFayette, founder of the Center for Nonviolence & Peace studies, the challenge for each of us is "how to put love into action in a way that you maintain your self respect but you elicit respect from others." The question is, if love always wins, then how do we get there? This film shows how living nonviolently with love is a journey of learning and transformation into our untapped human potential.


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  • RonaldL. Vaught

    Amzing he did make a difference though. Anyone that makes a stand or sitting or running of wall art makes a difference even if only a few people see it.I cant tell you why but its basic math.

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  • Listen to this short webinar to learn more about the work of the Metta Center for Nonviolence, which promotes nonviolence worldwide. 
  • Read one article on nonviolence from this list  to discover how to be an "artist with your humanity" in your own life. 
  • What one or two nonviolent actions can you do today to create a more peaceful world? 

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