April 5, 2010

No Mischief Monday

Photo by: Ira Block, Quakers collecting ice in Vermont


"Simple living choices can be part of a lifestyle of nonviolent resistance. The more you examine your economic behavior, the more you learn of your entanglement with the military-industrial complex and of your power to untangle yourself.

You can help build parallel economic systems based on cooperation and sustainable choices rather than on consumerism, resource depletion, and exploitation. By participating in such alternatives, you live the revolution in values that is necessary for peace with justice. Each economic choice you make can be a witness to your values."


From the pamphlet: Low Income/Simple Living as War Tax Resistance

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