Making Peace with Non-Violence Day 12:
The natural nature of a soul is non-violent. Such a calm, clean, and clear nature cools the fire of anger, finishes the upheaval of unfulfilled desires, dissolves the stubbornness of the egocentric intellect, and heals the pain of injured feelings. A non-violent nature reinstates the integrity of life.
Making Peace with Non-Violence Day 11:
Dignity is a combined form of self-esteem and self-worth. Dignity is remaining true to the authentic self, while at the same time being open and trusting. It is about learning from experiences and realizing their worth which provides real protection and eliminates the need for substitutions in life.
Making Peace with Non-Violence Day 10:
When unity, oneness and harmony are present, natural cooperation occurs. Cooperation flows easily when one positions the self, confidently and humbly, leaving a space where others can enter and co-create collectively. Appreciating the contribution of others and being open to life-long learning build long-lasting bridges of cooperation.
Making Peace with Non-Violence Day 9:
Resilience comes from strength. Strength comes from elevated thoughts and noble actions. First, connect the mind to the One and then create elevated thoughts. Connect these thoughts to clean intention, a benevolent attitude, and a pure vision of others. The result is resilience in meaningful words and noble actions.