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diaries of my maternal great grandfather and indian correspondence course that can be subscribed to at excellent museum of gandhi in MD
MG couldnt find anything he wanted to study in local Bombay universities of late 1870s; went to read to become a Barrister at Bar of London; on return to India couldnt find any interesting jobs, some south arrican indian expatriates invited him to practice there..
Gandhi's revolutionary learning came halfway through his life- authorities threw him out of a train for having the wrong skn color- the lesson top down empire law isnt the whole truth that can sustain my kind of people - in south africa or in india
From 1906 Gandhi plotted a revolution which started with a whole new schooling system full of job-creating local community curricula- in doing this he got the invaluable advice of Maria Montessori. The village schooling (action learning) system they developed remains the most effective in ending illiteracy and celebrating cross-cultural harmony to this day
Only 20 years later on in the mid 1920s did Gandhi start challenging my maternal grandfather (the chief justice of Bombay now Mumbai) with creatively peaceful revolution acts such as the salt march where hundreds of indians led by Gandhi marched to the sea shore to collect salt where they were beaten up by the empire's police force for breaking the law (salt was legislated as a monopoly business of an English company). Gandhi knew that the Empire would look absurd if they sent to prison for organising the march- when my great grandfather asked him during the trial what would you (as a barrister) do if you were me- Gandhi said send me to prison. So that my great grandfather did, but he much preferred his last job over a decade later which was to help write up the legalese for India's Independence. The main thing my father remembers of his grandfather was he would begin every discussion with remember "nothing is impossible".
To this day, many of the world's most joyous events have some Gandhian whole truth in them from Mandela's peaceful resistance that freed South Africa from apartheid, to the way grassroots poorest mothers invested in village schooling to empower their children to break generations of illiteracy and so linking the greatest contribution to the poverty museum race of the net generation , and World Bank Jim Kims Youthful celebrations of #2030now
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welcome to EconomistRussia.com - related EconomistAmerica.com Russia is member of trading friendship networks: SCO cofounded since 1996-includes china pakistan india since 2017 various countries west of china south of russia which otherwise be very landlocked in middle of eurasia; BRICS (5 fastest changing nations -includes new dev bank), Arctic circle 8 nations include nordica, canada,usa- analysing 1984-1989 which politicians blinked over greatest peace opp since ww2.World Trade History of Calls to make friends with Russian peoples - see also AAAnation.ning.com
1984 #theeconomist foreseeing fall of berlin wall- urgent opportunity for peace dividend replacing cold war, welcome world trade with russian small enterprises
1996 lapere summit hosted in china -lets rebuild eurasian trade the way it positively civilised the world during days of silk road (see reports of marco polo)
china was invited to trade with fastest growing economies at BRICSforum from ...
following on clear assessment of chinese peoples needs and the nations rejuvenation, xi jinping announced his signature trade process with national and other place leaders will invite everyone to map one belt road
Tuesday, April 29, 2014