For someone who finds pleasure in learning, life becomes filled with purpose. He will always feel he is doing something worthwhile and constantly making progress
We all have nostalgic memories of our childhood. Is it possible to go back to the revisit the time?
Can’t we accept that everyone has unique views and learn to respect it?
For forgetting Gandhi, the world today is paying a hefty fine.
We can live behind closed doors or decide to open up and experience life.
Smart work is to be practiced if we want to achieve progress
How can we live without stress in a world of rat races? Marathon mindset may be the key.
Gandhi was a jovial person with an infectious sense of humor. Here are some of his famous quips.
Gandhi valued freedom above everything else. He believed people should become self-reliant to achieve complete independence
Gandhi, as spiritual being, had unique view on religions.
A person with a growth mindset keeps learning and perfecting himself throughout his life. He opens himself to new experiences and novel ideas. Thus achieving emotional maturity and intellectual and spiritual growth.
when ultra-nationalism is gaining prominence, it is good to know what Gandhian vision of nationalism and politics is.