Gandhi & MLK – Nonviolent Consciousness

FYI ~ Street Giraffe blog’s Nonviolence Page

Inquiry:  What is a Need [or Full-Need-Phrase] that best captures why Marshall Rosenberg might have chosen the name Nonviolent Communication (in alignment with the spirit of the nonviolent resistance movements of the 1960s)?

Martin Luther King, Jr. beside a picture of Gandhi. (Photo: Bob Fitch)

The Fearless Heart: What Is “Nonviolent” about Nonviolent Communication?

Gandhi said: “ahimsa … is more than just the absence of violence; it is intense love.” (Gandhi the Man p. 53)

SPECIAL: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in His Own Words


“We still have a choice today; nonviolent coexistence or violent co-annihilation.” ~ MLK

“NVC: Gandhian Principles for Everyday Living” by Miki Kashtan.

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