SNV Daily Affirmation – Day 60, March 30

7 DAYS OF AFFIRMATIONS FOR NONVIOLENCE FOR MOTHER EARTH

Day 60, March 30:

Today, I hold a vision of plenty for all the world’s hungry and am open to guidance as to how I can help alleviate some of that hunger.

“Poverty is the worst form of violence,” taught Gandhi.  And Margaret Mead wisely noted, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”   Today, find a way to be a part of that “small group” working to feed the hungry.

We learn to practice nonviolence one step at a time, one choice at a time, one day at a time. This is how each of us, in our own way, moves the world in the direction of peace. This is the Season for Nonviolence.

This is a part of 64 days of affirmations commemorating the Season for Nonviolence, the span of days between the deaths of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.  These writings have been adapted from 64 Days and Ways to Practice Nonviolence by the Global New Thought Movement and Compassionate Activism for Global Healing by the Association for Global New Thought and added to by Tanya Mayer and Paul Friedman. They are grouped in 9 categories: nonviolence toward self, in close relationships, in my communication, in recreation, in my perspective of others, in daily living, in work, for mother earth and in our world.

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