2011 Oct 02 Mahatma Gandhi -

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A humble presentation of select slides, from different sources, with grateful thanks.

A humble presentation of select slides, from different sources, with grateful thanks.

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  • Very nice pictures, great work..Have a nice time rest of the weekend..
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  • Grazie per questo omaggio così toccante del favoloso Gandhi. Aflo
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  • Thanks a lot Dear Friends. Thanks for sparing your valuable time and for tuning your mind to the ideas. Constantly reminding ourselves of powerful thoughts would surely bring about some change in the way we think, speak, behave and act. Thanks again. Viswam
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  • He has spoken the truth yet the world does not listen!!! A great tribute to a great man. Thanks....
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  • That was a very effective and moving presentation. Its simplicity is powerful. Thank you for reminding us.
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  • 1. Simple Living
    HighThinking
    A Presentation of select slides, from different sources,
    with grateful thanks,
    by Prof. V. Viswanadham
  • 2. Let us remind ourselves
    of the great contribution
    this MAHATMA has made
    and
    rededicate ourselves
    to the noble values.
  • 3. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Wealth without Work
  • 4. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Pleasure without Conscience
  • 5. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Knowledge without Character
  • 6. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Science without Humanity
  • 7. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Commerce without Morality
  • 8. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Worship without Sacrifice
  • 9. Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:Politics without Principles
  • 10. A Gandhian World:from Charity to Dignity
  • 11. Gandhi for the 21st Century:Being the best forthe world
  • 12. Gandhi’s Mantra:
    Understand the suffering of others
    Give wing to the fallenAbandon ego and prideServe the divinity within all
  • 13. We follow Gandhi by fostering . . .
    • Freedom from Fear
    • 14. Freedom from Want
    • 15. Living in community; with Dignity
    • 16. In harmony with one another
    • 17. . . . And with the natural world
  • And it all starts with YOU . . .
  • 18. . . . with the COURAGE of your convictions
  • 19. Gandhi
    Gandhi (1982) is a biographical film about Mohandas ("Mahatma") Gandhi.
    This is considered to be the most acclaimed tribute to Mahatma Gandhi’s life.
  • 20. LageRahoMunnaBhai
    LageRahoMunnaBhai (English: Carry on MunnaBhai) is a 2006 Indian musical comedy film.
    MunnaBhai begins to see the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi.
    Through his interactions with the image of Gandhi, he begins to practice what he calls Gandhigiri.
    LageRahoMunnaBhai has had a strong cultural impact in India.
    Popularized Gandhism.
  • 21. Conclusion
    Gandhi greatly influenced the world in his lifetime.
    He showed that one can fight their enemies without ever laying a finger on them.
    His example influenced many recognized people over the years.
    Most recognized being Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 22. You all have the power to be the change you want to see in the world!
  • 23. All you need is . . .
  • 24. inspiration. . .
  • 25. And Action!
  • 26. Gandhi batting
  • 27. Einstein on Gandhi
    Mahatma Gandhi's life achievement stands unique in political history.
    He has invented a completely new and humane means for the liberation war of an oppressed country, and practised it with greatest energy and devotion…
    We may all be happy and grateful that destiny gifted us with such an enlightened contemporary, a role model for the generations to come.
    Source:
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Oct 2 has been declared by the UN as
    The International Non Violence Day
  • 28. Happy Birthday Gandhiji!
  • 29. Gandhi
    The Musings of the Mahatma
    Answers for our Times
    Adapted with grateful thanks by
    Prof. V. Viswanadham
  • 30. The best way
    to find yourself
    is to lose yourself
    in the service of others.
  • 31. Happiness is
    when what you think,
    what you say,
    and
    what you do
    are in harmony.
  • 32. If we are to teach
    real peace
    in this world, and
    if we are to carry on
    a real war
    against war,
    we shall have to begin with the children.
  • 33. I look only to the good qualities of men.
    Not being faultless myself,
    I won't presume to probe into the faults of others.
  • 34. There is a sufficiency
    in the world for man's need
    but not for
    man's greed.
  • 35. It has always been
    a mystery to me
    how men can feel themselves honored
    by the humiliation
    of their fellow beings.
  • 36. In prayer
    it is better
    to have a heart without words than words without a heart.
  • 37. To give service to a single heart by a single act is better than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.
  • 38. You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.
  • 39. You
    must be the change
    you
    wish to see
    in the world.
  • 40. In case
    you
    want a copy
    of this presentation
    please send a mail to:
    Viswam.vangapally@gmail.com