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Wrapping up our series on the Great Minds of Philosophy, we explore Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence and non-attachment and how we can exercise these principles to change the world. We discuss:

  • The British Raj and how Gandhi got involved
  • How Gandhi used non-violence and non-attachment in liberating India from British rule
  • How we can use non-violence to change the world

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Debra Maldonado  00:28 

Hello, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions. I’m Debra Maldonado, here with Dr. Rob Maldonado. We have a great episode today. It is about Gandhi, as we continue and finalize our series on the great minds of philosophy. Before we begin, I’d love for you to subscribe to our channel, if you are listening to us on Spotify, iTunes, all those great podcast hosting services, we’d love for you to be a part of our lives every week. Make sure you subscribe to get every episode. Everyone knows who Gandhi is, pretty much. He’s an incredible inspiration to many people.

Robert Maldonado  01:12

He’s certainly an icon. It’s difficult to talk about icons because there is so much mythology around them.

Debra Maldonado  01:21

He wasn’t a perfect person, he wasn’t a perfect husband, there’s a lot of stories. We have to remember all people have human sides as well, not to over-glamorize them but appreciate what they bring.

Robert Maldonado  01:36

That’s the remarkable aspect of his work, he was a human being like us, yet was able to accomplish an incredible feat. Not single-handedly, of course, he was an organizer in a sense, he was a community person. But certainly he was the spearhead of a great movement that ultimately liberated India.

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