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The Third Harmony

“I highly recommend this engaging, well-argued, serious, and realistic book.” – Rajmohan Gandhi, a grandson of Gandhi


The world needs to take a vastly different direction, and quickly. A whole new way of seeing the world and our role in it is called for. It’s what some call the “new story,” which rejects the capitalist narrative that pits humans against each other and turns to a collaborative vision. This book focuses on how a nonviolence mindset can be integrated into the foundations of humanity and community, not just on how nonviolence works as a protest tactic. 

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Nonviolence Daily

We unleash nonviolence whenever we convert destructive drives like fear or anger into love and compassion.


How can we unleash nonviolence for the benefit of ourselves, our families, and society? Nonviolence Daily lights the way, with digestible insights on creating inner peace, resolving conflicts, and building community. Each page highlights a quote by Mahatma Gandhi, whose very life was a message of nonviolence. In our commentaries, co-author Stephanie N. Van Hook and I show how practical idealists can draw from Gandhi’s wisdom every day.

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Search for a Nonviolent Future

“A must-read for anyone seeking to strategize a peaceful future.” – Marianne Williamson, author and politician


Search
traces the achievements of Mahatma Gandhi and follows the legacy of nonviolence through the struggles against Nazism in Europe, racism in America, oppression in China and Latin America, and ethnic conflicts in Africa and Bosnia. The approach is both historical and spiritual. The final chapter offers a five-point blueprint for change plus a “study circle” guide.

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Nonviolence Handbook

This is a very powerful little volume—it will shake you up in wonderful ways!” – Bill McKibben, founder of 360.org


Nonviolence Handbook
is a step-by-step guide for using nonviolence to confront any problem and to build change movements capable of restructuring society. Besides identifying tactical mistakes made in the Tiananmen Square demonstrations and the Occupy protests, this book features stories of successful nonviolent resistance, including an example from Nazi Germany. Nonviolence Handbook shows that nonviolence is more than a tactic—it is a way of living.

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Our Spiritual Crisis

Problems now faced by American society spring from a false way of looking at the world.


Our Spiritual Crisis
advocates a return to the ancient and Eastern spIritual view that consciousness is fundamental. In developing a new conception of the universe and applying it to our social problems, Our Spiritual Crisis explains how we can best oppose war, consumerism, commercialism, scientism, and the spiritual hollowness of modern life. The opening commentary is provided by Lewis S. Mudge.

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Hope or Terror?

As Gandhi said, our deepest desire is “to seek fellowship and as far as we possibly can, peace” with everyone.


On September 11, 1906, Mahatma Gandhi officially launched the world’s first strategic, nonviolent resistance campaign. This is what I refer to as the other 9/11, since it occurred almost a century before September 11, 2001. Hope or Terror? tells the story of the birth of Satyagraha, which literally means “clinging to truth,” in South Africa.

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Meditation for Peacemakers

It is because we have neglected our inner life that so many of the systems built by industrial civilization are failing.


Images of nonviolent activism can be striking: protesters beaten with clubs in India; Civil Rights activists subjected to fire hoses in the south; Occupy students sprayed with neon orange chemicals. How do nonviolent activists remain nonviolent—and preserve inner calm—in the face of such severe violence? Through a sustained discipline of calming the mind.

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