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Season of Peace affirmations

The Season of Peace and Nonviolence is an annual celebration of peace that has been recongized worldwide since 1998. The season lasts 64 days, from Jan. 30 through April 4. Each Friday the Tahoe Daily Tribune will publish the daily affirmation for the following week.

Week Eight, March 20 through 26

Days 50Ð56



Mar. 20 RESPECT Be aware today of “jokes” or remarks that show disrespect toward groups, sexes, classes of people, religions. Be considerate of every person’s dignity, and choose not to participate in disrespectful conversations.

Mar. 21 ADVOCACY Every action for peace requires someone to exhibit the courage to challenge violence and inspire love. Today, be an ally. Without blaming or judging others, speak out for those who are disrespected.



Mar. 22 EQUALITY Have you ever noticed groups of people who are under-represented in your activities and lifestyle? Find one way to connect with a person from these groups today.

Mar. 23 ACTION “Each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total of all those acts will be written the history for this generation.” Robert Kennedy. Today, find a way to make one small change.

Mar. 24 GIVING Practice generosity by sharing time, energy and material resources. Clean out your closet, bureau or garage. Give away what you no longer need.

Mar. 25 RESPONSIBILITY The quality of your community starts with you. Today, pick up trash that is not your own, whether at home, work or play. Every little bit helps.

Mar. 26 SELF-SUFFICIENCY People need the dignity of work and the opportunity to provide for themselves. Today, create a job for someone or help someone find employment or learn how to apply for a job.

– Provided to the Tribune


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