In a previous post I asked how you resist evil. Here, in no particular order, are some of my little acts of resistance. Through my writing and lectures I openly and publicly name and reject the parochial and jingoistic aspects of religion, and promote Perennial Wisdom in their place. I engage in a version of the Tibetan Buddhist practice of Ransom and Release, supporting organizations that provide safe shelter for abused and endangered animals (primarily dogs and elephants). I talk with my neighbors, then I talk with them some more. I have a Little Free Library (www.littlefreelibrary.org) on my front lawn and talk with people who stop by to take or drop off books about what they are reading and thinking. I sit on my front porch and greet passersby. I love my grandson and teach him to be fearless and kind. I love my dog and invite her to teach me to be a servant leader. I avoid anesthetizing myself with food, drink, drugs, media, or the Internet. I play. I laugh. I chant. I go for long walks.