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The Classic Pamela Positive: How Mahatma Gandhi Teaches Us: Love And Change, Start With You Now

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“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”

– Mahatma Gandhi

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The keyword here from one of our greatest leaders is ‘be.’ Every day we have a chance to be. And the most important being is loving.

Being kind, gracious, and helping others. That can start today.

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We can and should whisk away frustration, for every moment of frustration is one not spent on being a positive force we hope to be.

What type of foundation are you building? One that crumbles from exhaustion and disbelief, cynicism? Or one of solidity, brick, by brick, with each brick contributing Principle, Love, Kindness, Grace, Strength, Truth, Joy…?

As Gandhi says… the other keyword here is ‘you.’ No one can do this for you. Not your partner, your parents, your best friend or your spouse.  You… are the being.

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Mahatma Gandhi was a political and spiritual leader during the Indian Independence movement. He preached resistance through non-violence and mass civil disobedience. He led the Indian National Congress and advocated for the end of poverty, for women’s rights and for independence from Britain. He also renounced religious violence and did several fasts in protest against it. Gandhi was deeply inspired by his Hindu faith, while also drawing on other religious philosophy, and advocating religious tolerance. He married Kasturbai Gandhi and they had four children together.

Bio Source: Wikipedia, The Concept of Leadership  Fig¹. Photo by Wikimedia Commons  Fig². Photo by Jake Givens on Unsplash, Bio Photo by Wikimedia.