Do you follow Ahimsa or nonviolence in your life?

@ajithlal (14569)
India
June 15, 2008 9:43am CST
I follows Ahimsa or nonviolence to some extend. I do not like to hurt with words or deeds others. One of the reason is that it makes me also upset. I think it is one of the greatest things of Mahatma Gandhi.
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3 responses
• India
15 Jun 08
Mahatma Gandhi - Mahatma Gandhi - Father of the Nation
Yes I do follow Ahimsa to some extent but at times i do lose my control. We are very fortunate to have Mahatma Gandhi in our country. I am a great fan of him, what about you?
@ajithlal (14569)
• India
15 Jun 08
I am also great fan of Mahatma Gandhi and his principles.
• India
15 Jun 08
Have you read the book of Mahatma Gandhi, My Experience with Truth?
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@ajithlal (14569)
• India
16 Apr 12
I have not read it, but I will try to read it if I get the book.
@alcazar (762)
• India
19 Jul 08
Well..thinking practically...its hard to follow non-violence in our lives ...but what we can do is that give it the number one priority and then...take other measures....i think that is all we can do in todays world....
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@ajithlal (14569)
• India
2 Jun 12
I think one can be nonviolent, but still can express their views with by telling it.
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
16 Jun 08
I try not to start anything negative, but if someone else starts something, I try to put her or him in her or his place fast. If a person does not stand up for him or herself where I live, s/he is thought to be weak. Like the weakest chicken in a henhouse, people run over and harass the person until he or she can't take it anymore. Sometimes someone will stand up for you, but when that person is gone, the others harass you even more.
@ajithlal (14569)
• India
14 Sep 12
I think it is always good to start positive things in life and to think positively in life.