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Audiobook of John Dear’s “The Nonviolent Life” Available

Posted by Ken Butigan
09.30.14

John Dear has just recorded The Nonviolent Life Audiobook, based on his recent new book of the same name. You can order a copy here. This audiobook consists of five CDs.

Like his popular book, this digital recording invites us to practice nonviolence toward ourselves, toward all others, and toward the world. Distilling thirty years of reflection and action, The Nonviolent Life Audiobook focuses on many of the themes of Campaign Nonviolence and the movement to build a culture of peace.

“How,” Dear asks in this audiobook, “can we become people of nonviolence and help the world become more nonviolent? What does it mean to be a person of active nonviolence? How can we help build a global grassroots movement of nonviolence to disarm the world, relieve unjust human suffering, make a more just society and protect creation and all creatures? What is a nonviolent life?”

Order your copy today here and journey with John along the path of the nonviolence.

 

 

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