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A life of nonviolence

From Louise “Coffee” Worth

Coffee grew up in North Carolina she became very upset with the racism she saw around her, and while still a student she began to reach out compassionately and make friends with her young black neighbors. From a tribute to Coffee from Don and Carolyn Mosley

5 months ago
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The positive aspect of Nonviolence has been a real help for me.

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Oh, I've lived the life of joy. I've been frustrated from time to time. But the positive approach of Nonviolence has been a big thing in my life. And the times when I was not faithful to that vision I really felt bad about it. I don't like to remember those times. But we all make mistakes. So I did too.
My mother wasn't very fond of the activities that I was involved in. She was used to the Southern way. I remember some of the things she told me which were not true. I found that arguing with her wasn't very convincing to her. That's one thing I learned. Don't waste your time arguing with people who don't agree with you. Act. Arguing isn't the way. Nonviolence! Arguing can be important, but the Nonviolence over the argument approach is better I think.

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