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Mahatma Gandhi in Midst of Peace

Released Thursday, 1st October 2020
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On very precious day, we want to deliver the message of peace and the thoughts of great leaders to help the humankind. The International Day of Non-Violence is observed on 2nd October the Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian Independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of Non-Violence. In this Episode, we covered some of the thoughts of Gandhi and rethink it in order to develop a true meaning of peace. His journey from South Africa to Sabarmati Ashram, and his different movements for human rights and against violence, made him a most renowned and most inspirable public figure. Despite of his achievements he couldn’t get the Nobel Price for peace, but All Nobel price winners are his followers. Five most tremendous thoughts that can help a person to get ultimate peace in his life were demonstrated by Gandhi, we discussed it and noted the most amazing speech from 14th Dalai Lama. Let’s celebrate this International day of Nonviolence with one thought to eliminate all disregards, hate, anger, jealousy and accept the world as the family. Xpertdale always follows the true virtues of the life and without Ahimsa means Nonviolence and without true inner peace we cannot achieve our true human potential. Let’s begin, let’s celebrate, let’s start the Journey of Peaceful world and ignite this fire to all humankind.

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