It depends on the situation and there is no definitive answer. In short, your actions should match the threat. If the threat is imminently violent, a concurrent violent response may be necessary. However, acting preemptively with violence is rarely necessary. IE - you don't need to bring guns to a knife fight.
no,non violence gives peace and bananas.
Do it Gandhi style and talk it out!
Non ceasing violence.
Yes. Non-violence/pacifism is good. Unfortunately someone has to take a stand against violence, with violence , or the non-violent people will be eliminated by violent people.
Violence is any day preferable to impotence. There is hope for a violent man to become non-violent. There is no such hope for the impotent.
There are different ways to fight with non violence, this may include peaceful protests or marches. The other method of fighting with non violence is petitions.
In some cities, it seems as if violence is non-stop.
Hinduism practises Non Violence extensively. Non violence is in the rutes of Hinduism.
The noun 'violence' is a mass (non-count) noun; multiples for violence are expressed as incidents of violence, acts of violence, occurrences of violence, reports of violence, etc.
Principles of non violence are passive response to enemies, resisting evil and exercising spiritual aggression.
Islam and quran both are against use violence in any action where violence could have been substituted for non-violent actions there really isn't a better or worse to either one, they are both protests and, according to history, both usually end with getting what they were about.
Love without violence... or better translated love without the use of force. HamrickCE
Nonviolence for the children of the World. Tell me if this was a better sentence!
Non-violence. In some contexts, the opposite would be "peacefulness."
Gandhi said it and also practiced it.
You can get out of of him by Peace and NOn-Violence
I have no idea!! But i have to say that Gandhi used non violence to gain his independence from Britain. Yep, that's it
in many Sacred Texts of Hinduism importance of Non Violence can be found. But mainly in Vedas or the highest Scriptures a term called Dharma (righteous living) is found. Non violence is embedded in Dharma (righteous living).
He was a Hindu who believed in non-violence.
Domestic Violence although private is still violence nonetheless. A person is being victimized and deserves justice. It is the same with non-domestic violence.
Violence caused by video games is non-existent.