Daily Meditations
Human consciousness does not emerge at any depth except through struggling with our shadow. — Richard Rohr Read Shadow Work: Weekly Summary
We’ve relegated visions of a peaceful kingdom to a far distant heaven, hardly believing Jesus could have meant we should turn the other cheek here and now. — Richard Rohr Read Love Is Our Nature
Jesus is the revelation and embodiment of our Nonviolent God, whose sun shines on the good and the evil alike. — Ken Butigan Read Learning Nonviolence
Every world religion knows that Jesus taught nonviolence, lived nonviolently, and died a nonviolent death except one: Christianity! — Mohandas Gandhi Read Embodying Nonviolence
Nonviolence is a skill, just like learning to read. Love is a skill. The transformation of anger is a skill. All these can be learned. — Eknath Easwaran Read Cultivating Nonviolence
Jesus engages in nonviolent civil disobedience . . ., is arrested, tortured, and executed, and yet remains perfectly nonviolent unto his last breath. — John Dear Read Meditating on the Sermon on the Mount
Authentic solidarity involves a pilgrimage of voluntary displacement from our positions of privilege—class, race, gender, physical ability, nationality, religion. — Richard Rohr Read Working Together
Today I renew my commitment to nonviolence and invite you to make this vow your own as well. — Richard Rohr Read Peacemakers: Weekly Summary

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