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There is no path to peace. Peace is the path.

April 08, 2005

As I watched The Hour last night, I felt a large lump in my throat and franticly thought to myself: for chrissakes, damn contraceptive's been activiating my tear glands again! But as I paid more attention to the attention I was paying to the tube, I realized the trigger was something completely different.

How badass is The Gandhi Project? It be more badass than that "One more skinhead for peace" t-shirt. And more badass than the sight of a 20 foot Gandhi statue covered in heavy snowfall. In fact, I think it has been quite a while since the political arena surrounding the 'holy of holies' has seen such a BADASS sight.

Will it make a difference? Well, here are some reactions:
"There are too many differences," said Dea Opahi, a 21-year-old man. "If we stopped resisting Israel, it would probably confiscate all the land left to us."

"It's too late. Maybe if we had started earlier," said Khadga Sharkouyi, a 75-year-old woman.

Not sounding too optimistic, these two, but at least they aren't disagreeing with the message. And the message is what counts...
You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind.

Oh lordy, there's that weepy feeling again...

posted by Neha
2:55 PM


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