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At 19:49 on February 26, 2012, Eric Colville said…

Thank you Riccardo - sorry it took my 2 years to write back. Peace to you.


At 3:28 on December 5, 2011, Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj said…

Sorry ricky i could not come on your call on skype as i was busy in writing blog, Now i am in Village Attwal putting wild grass on the tin roof to avoid cold. love and blessings,

At 16:27 on April 4, 2011, Tom Ramsay said…

In some ways. We live 30 miles from the closest "large" community, about 500 folks so we do have many friends we see regularly. Not too many visitors at our house because we are relatively isolated, four miles of dirt road to get to our place. We've not had any rain since last September so this year the wildflower, which is usually lovely in March and April, has been almost non-existant. With luck, we'll be getting 5-7 inches of rain in July and August.

Where is Valsesia? What's it like to live there?


Tom Ramsay

At 10:44 on March 28, 2011, BINA SENGAR said…

Dear Riccardo,

I am glad to read your remarks on Sudarshan Foundation Trust.

It will be a great pleasure for me to discuss more on these aspects which you reflected upon.


At 4:48 on February 16, 2011, Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj said…
Thankyou very much Ricky for your comments on You are Your Doctor. Last night I open the Skype but could not talk to you. Hope and pray that you are all well.
At 15:18 on February 7, 2011, Tom Ramsay said…
No, I do not find it to be so. Though people live widely scattered they are very social. We see each other once a week or more, dependent on desire. I spend three or four days a week at home by myself, then go to dinner once a week and normally there are one or two visits with friends. Life is peaceful but we are not alone the way I would think of when considering life on a desert island.
At 13:56 on January 18, 2011, K.G.BABAURAJ said…


I was going through lot of change in my life and career lately and could not bring my self to attend to my social obligations, though it is a lame reason, but true for not responding to your message promptly, thank you very much for your wishes.

hope to be in touch in future,


kg baburaj

At 11:15 on November 12, 2010, Vijay r Yadav said…
Thank you sir
At 13:42 on November 10, 2010, DANIEL LUIS BLANQUER MARSET said…
Thanks Ricardo. I agree completely with your comment.
A big hug,
At 13:34 on November 8, 2010, LLD said…
I can relate to this. Thanks.
At 0:47 on November 7, 2010, Robert Donnelly said…
Thanks Riccardo,
I may have unintentionally got on this site through a friend in India who is Gandhi scholar. I live on Prince Edward Island just off the east coast of Canada. I know little about Gandhi but being in my 80's I knew about his great work in India and South Africa. I have been a Baha'i almost all of my life and I do know we have much in common in our beliefs. Robert Donnelly.
At 7:53 on October 11, 2010, A.Annamalai said…
Thanks for the comment. We are updating our website. It is on the way. Once completed then it will be very useful.
At 6:04 on October 4, 2010, D.Sreenath said…
Thanks Riccardo! I will get back to you within a day or two.
At 23:38 on October 1, 2010, Arch said…
Thanks Riccardo, that's a beautiful picture. Happy October 2nd to you too!
At 16:56 on September 28, 2010, Ermete FERRARO said…
Caro Riccardo, sono molto contento che tu abbia condiviso il mio contributo, dandomi al tempo stesso il benvenuto nella comunità di GandhiTopia, nella quale sono appena entrato, con grande rispetto per chi già ne faceva parte da tempo. Per quanto riguarda la tua proposta sul federalismo, in una prospettiva nonviolenta, sono senz'altro interessato a conoscerla e a discuterne con te. Grazie per l'accoglienza e un fraterno saluto. Ermes
At 6:46 on August 25, 2010, Anita Jasani Taheer said…
Will do....will also try visit the ashram. I was in Baroda at he Vinobha Bhave health centre about 2 months ago. Very peaceful and invigorating.
At 3:46 on August 21, 2010, k.r. surendran said…
In India today we are in great need of Vinoba Bhave's teachings and ideas on the problems of rural poor. The poor inhabit areas richly endowed by nature. The constitution of India has bestowed on them the right to such wealth to be used by their communities. Today that wealth is being exploited by large businesses which leads to widespread conflicts, sometimes violent. India needs the teachings of Vinoba most, and the understanding of international community.
At 13:51 on August 19, 2010, Swapnil Prakash Khairnar said…
Dear Riccardo Gramegna,
Thank you very much. I will be able to learn a lot from you.
Swapnil Khairnar.
At 12:24 on August 19, 2010, Sunaina Suneja said…
Sorry i didn't see your comment earlier ! And thank you for the same. I'm glad you like the idea of a khadi day and the date : i wish those who can make it happen do something about it !
Best wishes
At 16:37 on August 16, 2010, Dr. Ravindra Kumar said…
Thank you very much for a prompt reply. I will do the needful by tomorrow.
Have a nice day,
Regards from,
Ravindra Kumar

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