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“Find your purpose, the means will follow.”

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (02 October 1869 – 30 January 1948), widely known as Mahatma Gandhi and lovingly called as Bapu, Father of the Nation and Apostle of Non-Violence (Photo Source : Goodreads)

Self - Growth

“Justice that love gives is a surrender, justice that law gives is a punishment.”

Mahatma Gandhi.

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Thought For Today

Three Day Quote Challenge : Day 2

Welcome once again friends to the Three day Quote Challenge!

Today, the second day, being the 26th of January, Indian Republic Day, I would like to dedicate this post to the great  138 more words

The Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Unconditional Love and Nonviolence as that demonstrated by Mahatma Gandhi and their Teacher, Jesus Christ)

As a man in the modern day Nonviolence Movement, we observe the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

He admits that he learned his philosophy from his preceptor, Mahatma Gandhi; who both admit took the teachings of Jesus Christ as their code of conduct. 25 more words

Thoughts

One Four Review. December - 4

This is the latest version of the money plant.

Money, we hope, grows on trees and plants.

Yes?

What did I do? I combined the 1000 rupee note with the plant, reduced the opacity of the layer, added in a DXO film pack effect to the rupee note. 34 more words

Photography

Faith or Reason?

I have a little quote from this gentleman attached to my desk, I look at it often. He speaks a great deal of sense, what do you think?

Liberation

The Gandhi I know

This is a story about Gandhi. Not ‘The Father of the Nation’ but a simple person who happened to share the same surname. Gandhi (Mohandas) is a familiar figure for all the children growing up. 1,089 more words

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