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Arun Manilal Gandhi is the fifth grandson of Mohandas Gandhi through his second son Manilal. Following the footsteps of his grandfather, he is also a socio-political activist, although he eschews the ascetic lifestyle of his grandfather. A journalist for more than thirty years forThe India Times, Arun now writes a blog for The Washington Post. Arun serves as President of the Gandhi Worldwide Education Institute and travels the world speaking to governmental leaders, as well as to university and high school students alike, about the practices of peace and nonviolence. He lives in Rochester, New York.

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    What Would Gandhi Do? 10 Insights from Arun Gandhi What Would Gandhi Do? 10 Insights from Arun Gandhi Presentation Transcript

    • we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • arun gandhi Arun Manilal Gandhi is the fifth grandson of Mohandas Gandhi through his second son Manilal. Following the footsteps of his grandfather, he is also a socio-political activist, although he eschews the ascetic lifestyle of his grandfather. A journalist for more than thirty years forThe India Times, Arun now writes a blog for The Washington Post. Arun serves as President of the Gandhi Worldwide Education Institute and travels the world speaking to governmental leaders, as well as to university and high school students alike, about the practices of peace and nonviolence. He lives in Rochester, New York. @ArunMGandhi
    • 1 Compassionate capitalist always make doing good an integral part of doing well.
    • 2 Remember that its passive violence that fuels physical violence. just be human towards others.
    • 3 Contribution isn’t reserved for the wealthy. in America we throw away two billion pounds of food each year when half the world is dying of hunger.
    • 4 Anger is a human emotion, don’t be ashamed by it. harness it intelligently by seeking win-win solutions.
    • 4 Anger is a human emotion, don’t be ashamed by it. harness it intelligently by seeking win-win solutions.
    • 5 Next time you sense anger coming. get reflective and practice silence.
    • 6 Relationships enrich your life; don’t based them on selfish motives.
    • 7 Compassion is the cornerstone of living your truth. look for the goodness in others, always.
    • 8 Seek not absolute power, for it’s your internal power that will make you stronger.
    • 9 “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.”
    • 10 The world needs you; start planting seeds and watch the results harvest themselves.
    • REALLY REFLECT... Do you keep an anger journal?
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