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a Buddhist and Hindu and especially Jainist doctrine holding that all forms of life are sacred and urging the avoidance of violence

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'Will you apologise for spending the last four and a half years protecting and cavorting with the man you today call a mass murderer (Gotabaya)?' Ahimsa has questioned Wickremesinghe.
Gandhi's emphasis on ahimsa (nonviolence) and satyagraha (truth-force), his swadeshi (one's own neighbourhood, pays) and swaraj are foundational in his continuing quest for peace premised on justice, freedom, harmony, his Ramrajya, the homologue of the Christian Kingdom of God.
Ahimsa is the story of a young Indian girl, Anjali, whose mother has just joined 1942's freedom movement, upending her whole world and changing her perspective.
"Ahimsa is something else again and it's the first of its kind in Europe so I'm honoured to be here to open it.
However, throwing a spanner in the civic body's plan, Ahimsa Maha Sangh had served a legal notice saying that the move was in violation of the Wildlife Protection Act.
Ahimsa Designs has been an Atlanta favorite for over a decade now.
I'm especially happy to see that Powerful Vegan Messages explains the concept of ahimsa. Ahimsa is a Sanskrit term that means nonharming.
After Byles's death, her bush land property Ahimsa was recognized for its environmental and religious significance, and protected under State heritage laws.
"This award is a homecoming of the Vedic traditions and our stance on Ahimsa. It is a celebration of pure natural living!
Hinduism: "Ahimsa (non-violence) is the greatest gift.
Ahimsa Haven Animal Rescue Picnic To raise funds for and awareness of the shelter.
They cover the shared existential trajectory among humans and non-humans in Jainism; what the Jatakas teach Levinas about giving "the bread from one's own mouth;" the place of non-human animals in a Confucian world order; Heidegger and Zhuangzi on the non-human; the argument for Ahimsa in the Anusasanaparvan of the Mahabharata; Zen Master Dogen on the moral status of non-human animals; non-human animals and the question of rights from an Asian perspective; non-human animals and the Swadhyaya; and human action, karmic retribution, and the possibilities for Hindu animal ethics.
In Akash's family, the central Jam concept of ahimsa (non-violence) is not limited to the orthodox interpretation that one must prevent personal violence in an effort to withdraw from the world.
Sunday service at the Tomseth House at Dorris Ranch in Springfield is "Ahimsa." Ben Farrell will provide music.