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Finding Those Three Magical Words

Finding Those Three Magical Words

Nov 27, 2014-- How easy is it to "love your neighbor" when your intoxicated neighbor wakes you up in the middle of the night and insults you? For people dedicated to the path of nonviolence, like Arun Dada and his wife Mira Ba, it's not only the right thing to do, it's the only thing you can do. Instead of getting angry, they chose to try and transform the relationship through compassion. And in doing so they inspired their neighbor to replace his steady stream of obscenities with three words embodying their shared highest ideals. Read on for this profound story of forgiveness and friendship. (29532 reads)


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Take ActionThis Thanksgiving, as you give gratitude for blessings in your life, think of someone with whom you have a conflict. How might you transform your interactions with this person, with the inspiration of Arun Dada and Mira Ba?



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