The word “power” (coming from the Latin word potere) means “to be able to exert a lot of force”. Most of us may associate it with domination and aggression. But there is another form of force, too, equally powerful.
Martin Luther King was such a force. A force that could sweep others away with him to walk a new way into a new future. A tremendous force of benevolence. Of a deep love for humankind. Of an understanding beyond the minds of his time. The power of non-violence. Of non-aggression. The power to not re-act but to act.
Master of Your Own Being
The Spirit resides in our heart. That is the one we have to know. “This spirit in our heart is the one which is the witness of our being. It is the witness that sees what’s happening. In Gita is it called as ‘Kshetragya’,… Continue Reading “The Source of Joy”
“We are not something separate. This Mother Earth is our home – we have a home in her and she has a home within ourselves.” Shri Mataji Look out for us! Where: Manhattan at Union Square/14th Street When: Tuesday, April 23rd from 12:00 – 6:30 http://www.earthdayinitiative.org/2019-events… Continue Reading “Meet Us at Earth Day 50 in NYC!”
From the book ‘Meta Modern Era’ by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi “A benevolent ruler, in the form of a philosopher king (as put forward by Socrates), is the ideal person to be the head of government. Such a person must be an extremely wise,… Continue Reading “Martin Luther King Day”