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My philosophy of life

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Narrates the life and works of the author, a Nobel laureate and an emeritus professor of economics at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
... In this way, Gandhi created his concept of Satyagraha, a non-violent way of protesting against injustices. He spent many years working diligently to both removing British rule from India as well as to better the lives of India's poorest classes (Clement, 1996; Burgess, 1984 and Gandhi, 1961). Gandhi said, " Non-violence is the greatest and most active force in the world. ...
... If we would serve Him or become one with Him, our activity must be as unwearied as His. " (Gandhi, 1961: 73). In this sense, when it is linked to God or spirituality, it can be taken that the integrity of the leader or the one who serves must be present or float out. ...
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In this paper, the authors present and discuss the views of Mahatma Gandhi with respect to the value of humility. For Gandhi, a leader, who is to serve others, must be humble. (S)he is not to be served; if (s)he is not humble, (s)he cannot serve; (s)he will be more concerned with him(her)self.
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Human values should be an end and not a means in the modern era. Society, State, Nation, organization exist and function only for human and human welfare. In this juncture, violations of Right in any place, organizations, is breaching the cause of very existence of state and government. There are wide powers and functions, which are unrestricted and unlimited. Outstanding for prison authorities which is precarious for common people, since there relative and family members are inside the prisons.
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