Tag Archives: Gandhi

Two Kinds of Power

Power as a topic fascinates most people. What is it? How do you get it? Why do you want it? Depending on who you ask, you’ll find a wide range of answers to these questions. Some will say that power … Continue reading

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Linking Love and Life

“Where there is love, there is life.” This is profoundly true (as is most of what Gandhi said), but I also think it’s equally true to say, “Where there is life, there is love.” At least it should be equally … Continue reading

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The Heart of Prayer

Prayer is a very personal activity, a private dialogue between a person (or perhaps kitten) and their concept of divinity.  It fascinates me that Gandhi believed heart to be an essential ingredient in prayer.  Of course, I agree, but the … Continue reading

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Gandhi, Raw and Unplugged

This is another wise quote from Gandhi about changing ourselves to change the world.  He must have been really into that.  After all, he also said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”  Or did he?  Actually, … Continue reading

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Gandhi, the Wise Sexist?

Okay, so Gandhi sounds like a bit of a sexist.  He really wasn’t; he worked for the good of all people.  But still, the better way to phrase this sentiment would be, “The good person is a friend of all … Continue reading

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