Tag Archives: Sarvodaya

“The Zero Effect”–Daily Metta

August 27: “But I know that I have still before me a difficult path to traverse. I must reduce myself to zero. So long as one does not of his own free will put himself last among his fellow creatures, there is no salvation for him.” –Gandhi (Autobiography) In many cultures around the world, people… read more

“Proving our love”–Daily Metta

August 26: “Instead of talking high of love for the whole world, it is quite enough if we have the natural love that proves its existence by implementation.” –Gandhi (Day to Day with Gandhi, vol. 6, p. 123) Once Gandhi realized that khadi, spinning and weaving would help to uplift the classes made poor and… read more

Humility and Nonviolence–Daily Metta

January 11 “The spirit of nonviolence necessarily leads to humility.” -Gandhi (Young India, January 12, 1921)  Humility is one of those delicate virtues that disappears the moment we think that we have attained it. If Gandhi was a humble man, it was not because he lived frugally or because he wore only home-spun khadi, or… read more