Flower power March 11 2018

In the 60s and early 70s the expression "Flower Power" referred, in part, to passive, non-violent resistance, a reaction against the war in Vietnam.

Not all was sweetness and light during the Flower Power era, but its plea to “Make love, not war” arose from the conviction that there had to be a better way. There must be an alternative to violence. And yet, 50 years later, we appear to have identified no substitute.

Still, the craving for more love in our world and less hate and violence remains. This powerful idea has motivated strivers and dreamers for centuries.

Maybe a little flower power would help.

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