Sometimes Practicing Non-Violence Means Being Silent

A friend said he is practicing the fine art of silence in the face of potential hostility.

There is a significant rise in violence and shooting deaths following the protests affirming Black Lives Matter. People wonder what is going on. It’s physics. For every action, there is an equal or greater reaction.  In this case, we are seeing a much greater reaction than the mostly peaceful protesting.  Be careful out there.

In order to help people see the necessity of good health practices during the epidemic, we were advised to assume everyone with whom we come into contact has the virus.

And so, with the increase in hostility and violence, assume that everyone not wearing a mask or indicating racist attitudes is carrying. Silence is golden while social distancing.

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