Gandhi, as spiritual being, had unique view on religions.
Gandhi blog series #15 “I will give you a talisman. Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man [woman] whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step… Continue Reading Gandhi’s Talisman
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.
We go to bizarre extents to protect our belief systems and icons. Is it really worth it?
Overthinking can conjure up nonexistent problems and make us miserable. We can easily avoid it.
Gandhi was the epitome of bravery. His power of will and indomitable spirit made him Mahatma.
Let us not bury our humanity with the remains of George Floyd.
Gandhi Blog Series #13 Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Gandhi In the last blog, we have discussed how Satyagraha becomes an effective socio-political struggle. The non-violent protest appealed to the goodness in the oppressor and encouraged him to see his mistake. The… Continue Reading Qualities of a Satygrahi
There is no such thing as lack of time, only lack of discipline.
Satyagraha is one of the most potent legacies left behind by the Mahatma. The socio-political and moral base of the nonviolent protest is discussed in detail in the blog
Is ‘Good Friday’ the right terminology for a day when Jesus suffered in the cross?