100 Stellar Quotes from the Dandelion Insurrection...
We have our bodies and our hearts and nothing else, but all across the world, that is what has pushed for change.
Ask yourself the soul-shattering question; do you have the courage for revolutionary change?
One man's treasure is another man's hunger.
Hidden within our greed is our longing for something greater; something money cannot buy & products cannot deliver.
It takes courage for dandelions to dare to grow in the concrete cracks. The seed of this courage lies in each of us.
When fear is used to control, love is how we rebel.
Be like the dandelion, stand up among the grasses, thrive in adversity, shine with revolution.
The Dandelion Insurrection is as small as baking bread in the oven and as large as bringing down dictators.
Everywhere the concrete of control paves over the goodness of the heart, the Dandelion Insurrection springs up through the cracks.
Remember; weapons never built a house, fed a child, or planted fields. We must turn to tools of nonviolence to build a chance for life.
Soldiers and guns are part of the problem, not the solution.
There are three hundred million hearts beating out there. Let's go rally the dandelions of the soul and stop this madness before it begins!
You've got to admire the audacity of those poor little men and women trying to destroy the world. They're doing a tremendous job in the face of overwhelming opposition.
Life has triumphed every single day and it's triumphing still.
Fighting destruction with destruction leaves the whole world destroyed. Resisting destruction with vitality is the most powerful and natural process on Earth.
Violence is the weapon of cowards.
Love is just hippie bullshit until the day the cops lay down their guns because they're tired of hurting people who love them.
Our fear and hatred isn't going to create a better world than the one their greed is working on right now.
Do you want to do something truly radical? Be kind. Be connected. Be unafraid.
The greatest radicals are all revolutionaries of the heart.
The mind was the first defense against tyranny.
Peace will never be found through celebrating militarism and idolizing the wealth of the war industry.
Without love, life is not worth the pain.
Everyday, the people rise up to go to work, but someday soon, they must rise up to restore their country to the people!
This nation can break free of the cage of fear and find its freedom through kindness.
When a crisis arrives on one's doorstep, fear gets kicked off the couch.
"Hell no, I won't mow! I'm gonna let the dandelions grow!" -The Lawnmower Liberation Front
Plant a Victory Garden, not for soldiers at war, but for people at peace.
One day soon, Charlie knew, the switch of the heart would be thrown, and the country would rise up with power.
Conspiracy theory is a neat little label that the government uses to fool people into discounting the truth.
This is the final showdown between the force of greed and the power of love. Either we're going to stop it or we are going to perish.
Life wants to live, but, more than that, it wants to love. It must love. Survival is not enough.
Despair and hatred, loneliness and cruelty; those are the calling cards of death. Life turns tenderly toward itself, embracing and enveloping.
Kindness is the Dandelion Insurrection's greatest strength. It can erase divisions that are being used against us.
The economy is a living system, like our bodies, and like the earth. It works best when we support each other.
We are the ink scrawling across this country, the story of its revival or demise.
Government by the people, for the people won't just fall from the sky. We have to reach for it and pull it into reality.
We are human beings, each unique and fully capable of governing wisely, especially if we bring life, liberty, and love to the center of our politics.
You are stardust, not from the distant past, but right now, as it enters and becomes you.
Moms can make a child's secrets wriggle like night crawlers on hot cement.
Fate's humor is blacker than the night. Irony is a bitter companion.
A whole new way of life just waiting to be born. It is standing on the threshold of reality, begging for a mother.
This country is ready to be reborn. Something fresh and new is fomenting in the fertile crumbling of the old.
Ellen read her daughter like a book; corners turned down and favorite passages underlined with the pencil marks of memory.
Great Love tears open the body of reality, splitting the pumping heart of blood and aortas and vascular chambers like an obstacle to truth.
I was here before the Universe. I will remain when all is gone. I am coming to walk the Earth again . . . inside every human form.
Mainstream media reports on violent protests, riots, tear gassings, and even beatings, not to inform people, but to scare them into submission
Truth is a mighty deep river. Don't get stuck on the surface.
Pour your hearts and souls into this moment of human history. It will either be the beginning of a new world . . . or our last days on earth.
Let's release a stream of hope like a fire hydrant uncorked in the inner city on a scorching day.
No ounce of beauty is too small to share.
The country spread out around them in a compass rose. North, south, east, and west, change pulsed against the surface of reality.
Write like the love of your life is on the horizon and every word hurtles you toward her.
American people deserve political partners who will treat them with respect.
I'll vote for anyone who can honestly say, I love you . . . and then act like it."
The indiscriminate use of the terrorist label is a clear violation of human rights and a flagrant affront to justice.
A vanished person is a sign of your vanishing freedom.
You have no freedom until all are free.
Leaders reflect the courage or the fear that already lies inside us.
The heart of love never promotes violence. Honesty is a sharp enough tool for us.
Get used to it . . . maybe getting used to things was a substitute for love, but it sure wasn't the same thing.
The deeper you look, the more They becomes a pronoun with a billion faces, one of which might be your own.
The Garden of Eden is a place within our hearts beyond good and evil, a sanctuary from the storm of judgments where we dwell in our own innocence.
We stand as much chance of surviving as a peanut in an elephant farm!
Make a wish, the dandelion says, and this lowly weed will do its best to carry your seed-borne hope to fertile ground.
I'm the umpire, coach, and water boy all rolled into one, just trying to get the whole world to play nicely.
I don't care if you worship frozen pizza so long as you're working for peace, equality, and love.
I ain't keen on discriminating 'tween religions when there ain't enough angels to go around already.
Love is as great a motivator as fear.
Revolutions don't happen because we wake up bored in the morning. They happen because people get tired of abuse and injustice.
Revolutions happen because your heart throws down the gauntlet of its love.
We must show them that the greatest force on earth not the military . . . it is the love of the people for each other!
Fools like us have shaped history more than once.
Self-governance and sincere leadership, together, will be the foundation that resurrects the nation.
The opposition has been pitching hardballs at me so fast I started praying to Jackie Robinson instead of Jesus!
Without life, liberty, and love, the whole world becomes a prison. Humans are all inmates on death row, hoping for parole.
We are not born to die; we are born to live. Our first breaths are an insurrection against destruction.
The Dandelion Insurrection was old as time, older than human beings. It was a spark leaping from the dawn of creation.
Anywhere that life reaches out with compassion, the Dandelion Insurrection endures.
Not one effort toward love is ever lost in the records of the Universe.
As long as life pulsed on the planet, as long as two hearts entwined, as long as a tendril of compassion continued, their legacy in this world was assured.
Keep your eyes on the prize, kid, or you'll get stuck in the muck.
A revolution was a wheel turning inexorably toward change.
One moment could bring triumph, the next might bring disaster; strength lies in never giving up.
We will not run. We will not hide. We will remain . . . and we will win!
They may win for a moment, and that moment may last lifetimes, but in the end they will crumble; and we will rise.
Death's shadow cannot darken the light of love.
They would overcome, not through force, but through their indomitable will to live.
We are one people, indivisible, not by allegiance or by force, but entwined through the love in our hearts.
The greatest force on earth is not the military ... it is the love of the people for each other!