Niagara Square, Buffalo, New York, September 1, 2013 Urban Simplicity.
Tag Archives: non-violence
That’s Howard pictured above (or is it Harold…sorry I am not that great with remembering names). He is one of a number of silent peaceful protesters that I see standing at the intersection of Elmwood and Bidwell each and every Saturday…rain or shine, snow or cold. They’ve been doing this for years. The women notContinue reading “Wise Words…”
Non-Violence Overcoming Hatred; Love in Action
Firstly, I have to apologize for so many Beatles-centric videos…three in a row. I do really like them, but that’s not the reason; I posted the one yesterday and happened to come across the above one today (and then had to post the below one as well). Anyhow, this is awesome. If you only watchContinue reading “Non-Violence Overcoming Hatred; Love in Action”
Things That Can be Carried on a Bike (#476)
A canvas bag containing–among other things–a cell phone, an extra camera, and a small Bible; two boxes of vital wheat gluten, four small picture frames, and four new stickers (which now reside on the bike pictured). Urban Simplicity.
Two Signs of Protest
The above image was borrowed from Face Your Farmer, and the below one has been floating around the internet for quite a while. I like what they say and I believe them both to be true and accurate…but that’s not why I do both these things (at least not the only reason). Each year IContinue reading “Two Signs of Protest”
Five Quotes That Inspire Me
“Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.” —Albert Einstein “A life is either all spiritual or not spiritual at all. No man can serve two masters. Your life is shaped by the end you live for. You are made in the image of what you desire.” —Thomas Merton “Non-violence beginsContinue reading “Five Quotes That Inspire Me”