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Seven Blunders of the World

23 February 2011
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Seven Blunders of the World

Not long before his assassination, Gandhi came up with a list of what he deemed to be the roots of violence in this world.

I had the pleasure of recently attending a seminar given by a very inspiring man Warren Rustand, who in his own right has done a lot of things that we can all learn from. However today I would like to share with you something that he pointed out that he learnt from another inspiring man, Mahatma Gandhi.

Not long before his assassination, Gandhi came up with a list of what he deemed to be the roots of violence in this world. Surely enough, these things are still applicable in today’s world.

  • Wealth without work
  • Pleasure without conscience
  • Knowledge without character
  • Commerce without morality
  • Science without humanity
  • Worship without sacrifice
  • Politics without principle

As leaders in your businesses , communities, and families, what are you doing to make sure you steer clear from these blunders everyday?

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