Dear Mr. Balaji: thank you for all the information you sent me on gahndian philosopy and your own committment to the practice of non violence. i look forward to continued messages from you. I am seeking a contact email or phone number where i can reach an anthropologist, Lia Diskin who wrote a wonderful short story called Ubuntu. It tells of boys choosing to race together to partcipate in a fruit eating event rather than comptetitively each one racing individually to win the whole prize just for them selves. I want to include her story in a book I am publishing on unity and peacemaking for a peacemaking organization here in New York City (unitastcinc.org) and need her permission to do so. It seems she has had some connection with your organization in her writing in the past. and I need to make contact with her for permission to reprint her story Can you help me in locating her for contact, either email or phone? Thank you. Edward firstname.lastname@example.org).
While appreciative of TGP pertaining to Gandhian principles and the reasons relating to modern day society, I read Gandhi’s humble writing of ‘The story of my experimenting with the truth’ draws me into following him for this single reason. As a believer in the power of the third eye, denoting the relationship with our Creator, is clearly marked on the forehead of many millions of people denoting their observance. This supported by a twenty year experience and study of the metaphysical confirms that Truth is indeed the great gateway to the knowledge of The Tree of Life itself which Gandhi found. This power of Truth created the non-violence action against the corruption suffered by his countrymen women and children.
Dear Balamurali ji, Nameste, Thank you for adding me to this wonderful forum.I have viewed your profile.I want to learn more on Gandhian Philosophy. I want to know more about non violence communication and require your inputs to make Gandhian Philosophy related curricula more interesting for technology students.One's again thank you for adding me to this forum.
Namaste Sir, thank you for answering my question.I have now understood what Gandhiji meant and the importance and necessity it holds in India today. I am looking forward for your answer to my first question .
I have just finished reading the book 'Hind Swaraj' .It just gives more justice as to why he is 'Mahathma' . But I have a few doubts.
Firstly,Gandhiji spoke about refraining from violence of any kind to anyone.When it comes to ayurveda ,there has been a practice of using animal parts for certain ailments or diseases . My query is therefore,what opinion did Gandhiji have on using animal parts as ingredients in a medicine.
Secondly ,Gandhiji also spoke about 'hindi' being a universal language for India .What did he mean by this?
I have been reading your TGP pdf, and I am quite excited by the thought of combining Gandhian principles with the use of existing and future technologies. I think it creates a very useful framework for shaping the relationship of society with technology.
Thanks indeed Shri Balamurali Balaji on my article on Marital Rape. You have taken pains to go into the problem in depth.
The Law in Bharat does not recognise marital rape. Our Vedic Dharm speaks volumes on Vedic Dharm bu there is not a word on marital rape.
Frankly speaking, it is a concept of the West where Women's Lib movement , inter alia, created a chasm between the husband and wife. We must encourage them to live together and NOT end up as single parent.
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I agree India and China has taken different routes. For first 65 years if independence, India adopted the Western socialist/ communist ideas, tried to destroy the ancient Indian culture and so did China. Morals and ethics were ignored by the leaders in both countries for material prosperity. In China it it is estimated that around 70 million Chinese died as a result of government policies. British were very good at controlling media and school text books to show that they were very honest and benevolent rulers. The truth was far from it. British educated believed everything they read in text books and came to hate everything Indian - morals, ethics, scriptures, leaders, etc.