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Many individuals in the contemporary society in which we reside in have various opinions in regards to any topics or situations that may occur One topic in particular is what is just and unjust Or even before one asks that they ask What is Justice Single individuals I believe will differ in their opinions of justice however which view of justice is correct Would that view be an appropriate one for all situations Can justice be used or assumed to be the same in every situation Should one belief of justice be used as a universal law My mind begins to boggle when looking at what my belief of justice is in comparison to what the authors in our course readings have to say about justice I find myself agreeing with some of what certain authors say nonetheless I find myself in disagreement with most ideas from the same authors To take a step back and to get a clear view I see myself in strong divergence with the view of the author of Non-Violent Resistance MK Gandhi His implications do not justify and there are many of his beliefs that I am in disagreement with Prior to looking at Gandhis belief of non-violent resistance we must understand the meaning of violence and non-violence Violence being specific forces in any form that are intentionally applied to assault others bodies minds or intellectual levels It is often an exhibition of anger Looking at the definition we must be aware that non-violence is not limited to not doing the act of violence rather it is the practice of the ahisma were not only do you appreciate the co-existence of living or non living beings but you also contribute and maintain harmony in the total existence by experiencing a oneness non duality with the existence itself In the beginning of the article it reads a cutting from the April number of the east and west It
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