Embrace Nonviolence: A Language Of Love & Peace

Embrace Nonviolence: A Language Of Love & Peace

“Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.” – Thomas Edison

What does violence mean in modern times?

Mr. Edison said, “until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages”, but in today’s time, the most important living beings we’re mistreating and abusing is us and those who love us. The entire human race has become hostage to anger, hate, envy, ego, greed, lust, unnecessary needs, and attachment. As soon as we adopt non-violence in our thinking and actions, we’re sure to grow by leaps and bounds.

How to practice nonviolence in your daily life…

  1. Change your eating habits. You need to nourish your body with fresh, organic, plant-based, healthy, and nutritious foods. Also, avoid alcohol, drugs, and smoking as they’re considered harmful to your body and the mind.
  2. Sometimes you must let go to find happiness and peace in life. Let go of habits that are an obstacle to your growth, the thoughts that weigh you down, and the fears that stop you from flying.
  3. Practice meditation at least 10 minutes a day. It lets you bond with yourself and deepens the connection between your mind and body. Meditation reduces, worries, anxieties, fears, loneliness, and pain. It enhances positivity, self-acceptance, emotional intelligence, and overall health.
  4. Get better sleep. Lack of sleep can sabotage your creativity, make you short-tempered and grumpy, which eventually leads to an unhappy you. A better sleep reduces tension, improves memory and heart-health, and puts you in a better mood.
  5. Simplify your life. In today’s world, to simplify is to invite harmony. Find three-four ways to bring simplicity to your life and put at least one of them into practice today.