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Satish Kumar



Satish Kumar is an Indian British environmental activist, Jain monk, pacifist, and nuclear disarmament activist. He is most well known for his peace walk with E. P. Menon in 1973–1974 of 8,000 miles, which included the capitals of the world’s earliest nuclear-armed countries.

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Satish Kumar, Network of Wellbeing (Now) Chair of Trustees

A talk by Peace Activist and NOW Chair of Trustees Satish Kumar, sharing an introduction to wellbeing. Filmed for the Network of Wellbeing at Schumacher College.

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Spiritual Compass: The Three Qualities of Life

In our modern, materialistic world it is easy to separate spirituality from everyday life. But spirituality is not just for saints, neither is it confined to the Sunday Service, Friday prayers, or holy books.

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Soul Man

Satish Kumar has spent much of his life walking the Earth to spiritually connect with nature; now he wants environmentalists and all of us to forget gloomy predictions and follow in his footsteps. John Vidal reports

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FindCenter Quotes ImageWe live under the power of Modern Consciousness, which means that we are obsessed with progress. Wherever you are is not good enough. We always want to achieve something, rather than experience something. The opposite of this is Spiritual Consciousness.

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Satish Kumar on Spirituality and Agriculture

Satish Kumar explains the crucial link between spirituality and agriculture. A former monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish Kumar has been helping to set the global agenda for change for over 50 years.

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Soil, Soul, Society: A New Trinity for Our Time

We are all members of a one-earth society, and caring for the earth and soul is interrelated. This is the message of Satish Kumar, the internationally respected peace and environment activist who has been gently setting the agenda for change for over 50 years.

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Satish Kumar—Peace Activist

In a very special interview, Satish Kumar shares his greatest adventure, inspiration and how we can find connection with the Earth.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageWe must realize that violence is not confined to physical violence. Fear is violence, caste discrimination is violence, exploitation of others, however subtle, is violence, segregation is violence, thinking ill of others and condemning others are violence.

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Walking for Peace with Satish Kumar

How the Simple act of Walking can bring us Inner Peace. Satish Kumar commemorates the 50th Anniversary of his Peace Walk from India to Washington D.C. with a 50 mile walk along the River Thames to Oxford for the Resurgence 50 'One Earth, One Humanity, One Future' event. http://www.resurgence.org

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Elegant Simplicity: The Art of Living Well

Consume less and celebrate more for inner peace and ecological integrity Consumerism drives the pursuit of happiness in much of the world, yet as wealth grows unhappiness abounds, compounded by the grave problems of climate change, pollution, and ecological degradation.

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