Reverence for Life

Non-violence

Antonym: predator

Animal: giraffe

'ami' from Spanish 'amigo' friend,

French 'ami' friend,

English 'amity' friendship, peaceful harmony, mutual understanding and a peaceful relationship, esp. between nations; peace; accord.

-tor suffix from Latin forming a personal agent noun.

Reverence for Life

Amitors change lives.

Background

Find your inner power

A creature that does not use violent physical, extreme or coercive emotional, or exploitive economic force on those of its own species or on other animals for its existence or pleasure. A practioner of not-arrogance of power – force used for self defense only.


If we are to believe that it is possible for humans to rise above a predatory state and live the 10 commandments or other dictates of religions to “love thy Brother”, then why has this belief not generated a need for a word to define and recognize this behavior or the aspiring to attain such behavior?

Our Mission


Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

hope

for peace

Amitor is a new word. There is no word in English, Spanish, Russian, any European language, or any language that we have been able to research, for the state of life or behavior opposite to a predatory one.

This is profound, - that after more than 5000 years of religious/philosophic teaching, 2000 years of Christianity, there apparently has never been the need to name or define non-predatory behavior, or describe a “good person”.


Since the dawn of Man, Amitors have devoted their energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family.  .

save

the earth

help

those in need

AMITOR

Hope in Action

ARE YOU AN AMITOR? THE OPPOSITE OF PREDITOR