NonviolenceUnited.org

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We are consumer educators.

Nonviolence United is a project of Nonviolence, Inc., a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization. Our members and our “Connectors” are located all around the world. We are YOU! Our focus encouraging personal responsibility by reminding individuals to align their everyday choices with their values — to live A Life Connected.

Our vision is a world driven by the innate goodness of people and their values of justice, kindness and compassion for other people, for the planet, and for animals.

Many people ask, “Can I, one person, really make a difference.” But the question isn’t “can you make a difference,” you ARE making a difference. But what kind of difference do you want to be making? What kind of future do you want there to be?

Each of our choices in the past built the world we live in today. And each of our choices from this moment forward will build the world we live in tomorrow. There is a way to build a better world.

“A Life Connected” is a method of Active Nonviolence built on strategy. It has a direct effect regardless of an “opponent’s” conscience or willingness to change. It cannot be stopped by force. It builds rather than tears down. It replaces hate with love. And it is available to everyone.

How To Live A Life Connected:

You have values that connect you to humanity and to the world in which you live — values of justice, kindness, and compassion. Reconnect to who you truly are. Put your compassion into action and make our world a better place.

1. Connect with yourself. Become re-aware of your moral life values.

2. Connect with others. Become aware of how your everyday choices impact other people, the planet, and animals.

3. Connect your choices to your values. If your choices are truly aligned with your values, stay on that path and find even more connections. If your choices are unaligned, make new, better, and more connected choices.

Live your values, change the world. It’s that simple.

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