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Mahatma Gandhi – The Story Of My Experiments With The Truth

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi has always been a very prominent figure in Indian history. From his unbeatable spirit to inspiring courage, from various controversies to his life as the father of the nation, Gandhi has always been an interesting, inspiring and impressive personality to read about. 94 more words

History

First they ignore you, then they mock you, then they fight you, then you win.

Gandhi is purported to have said something of the sort.

Since the term “liberal” was co-opted by marxists in the early 20th century, and the term “libertarian” has more or less taken on the meaning that it used to have, I have noticed a few things: 346 more words

Reflections

[VIDEO] Chinese University’s Video Boldly Goes Where Others Have Gone Before

Te-Ping Chen writes: China has long struggled with the question of how to build world-class universities that encourage creativity and innovation. This week, that challenge was again in the spotlight after… 312 more words

Mediasphere

That Leadership Journey - What Do We Stand For?

I just finished reading Mahatma Gandhi’s book, “My experiments with truth”, on my Kindle. I do find some of his beliefs to be strange and quaint, but I am not here to criticise his beliefs. 383 more words

India

The Salt of the Earth - Mahatma Ghandi

Day 334 of Colourisation Project – April 6

Challenge: to publish daily a colourised photo that has some significance around the day of publication.

On this day, 6 April, 1930 in an act of civil disobedience Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, commonly known as… 375 more words

Colorization

Seeds of Destruction: The Diabolical World of Genetic Manipulation | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

PREFACE. This is no ordinary book about the perils of GMO.

By F. William Engdahl

Global Research, March 26, 2015

Global Research 12 September 2013… 742 more words

Alternate News

Famous Photography Quote #0240

“I believe in equality for everyone, except reporters and photographers.”

Mahatma Gandhi

Photographers