For Global Peace with Social Justice in a Sustainable Environment
Leaving the bunch hustled to get on the tricycle, I was plodding along as my head was turning a little dazzle. Breathing had become more difficulty and each puff had taken longer time. I wasn’t so sure whether it was the load I was humping or it was the impact of the altitude that start to get into me. Humping, yes, that’s the word for it, with the North Face backpack full load on my back and an HP 16 inch laptop in front, though the load wasn’t as heavy as the ones Tim…Continue
Added by Chenyin Pan on June 28, 2010 at 8:42pm — No Comments
“Which train you were on?” The young guy in baseball cap, sit aside of me, asked.
“The one from Shanghai,” I mumbled, “that damned 48 hours ride.”
“How come they arrived early today?” He grinned with sincerity, since I really can’t detect any mischief in his sunburned face.
“Guess Buddha sensed my piety to this pilgrimage to Lhasa, so he pushed the train a bit.” Tried my best to be funny under the circumstance, I was satisfied as he giggled…Continue
Added by Chenyin Pan on June 28, 2010 at 7:31pm — No Comments
Holding to nonviolence in face of violent opposition is not the hardest part of engaging in Nonviolent Resistance. Once there is a will to take up nonviolent direct-action, training and group solidarity can solve the problem of remaining nonviolent in the face of provocation. The hardest part of Nonviolent Resistance is overcoming apathy, discouragement, and despair. The hardest part of Nonviolent Resistance is committing yourself to take action and resist.…
Added by Bruce Hartford on June 18, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments
“That’s the problem of servitude: when you domesticate a member of our species, you lower his productivity, and however little you give him, a barnyard ends up costing more than his worth. For this reason the colonists are forced to stop breaking him in halfway. The result: Neither man nor beast, but the ‘native.’ Beaten, underfed, sick and frightened, but only up to a certain point, yellow, black, or white he always has the same character traits-lazy, sly, and thieving, who lives on…Continue
Added by Chenyin Pan on June 11, 2010 at 12:05am — No Comments
Oneness Authored / Copyright by Chuck KeysContinue
It had no color,
Lacking shape, size and dimension.
It wasn't moving or breathing.
There was neither aroma nor taste, not here or there.
Touching was useless because it wasn't physical.
It was indistinct and limitless.
Multi-sensually and multi-psychologically
It wasn't here or there and it…
Added by Chuck Keys on June 7, 2010 at 3:13pm — No Comments