Conditional nonviolence is incapable of overcoming unconditional evil.
Nonviolence is the opportunity to suffer for your enemy.
To harbor zero malice towards any sentient being is only the beginning of nonviolence.
Only through self-identification is it possible to treat a vicious person with grace.
Pacifism is the refusal to preempt war on oneself.
Faith without action is unpublicized doubt.
Logic and violence are never far apart: notice how there is always a reason for striking back.
The world ferments with undistilled violence.
No weapon is more sinister than another; from stones, to switchblades, to stealth bombers, all weapons have agony as a goal.
In cultures of violence a normal person is someone who walks around under great duress without saying anything.
Violence is a burning lack of awareness.
Without restorative justice prisons become monster farms.