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Gandhi On Living In Community and Farming #CésarChávezDay

–by Mahatma Gandhi  (Mar 31, 2017) Ashram life at Phoenix began when Gandhi, wining up Tolstoy Farm in 1912, moved there. Here are some excerpts from some letters he had written regarding community life and farming: “There is no antidote to calamity … Continue reading

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Supreme Consideration Is Human

–by Mahatma Gandhi (Sep 16, 2011) What I object to is the “craze” for machinery, not machinery as such. The craze is what they call labor-saving machinery. Men go on “saving labor” till thousands are without work and thrown on … Continue reading

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