An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.
I have long been fascinated by Indian culture because of the inspiration of Gandhi, the global icon of peace and action. The global economy has thrust India into the spotlight as a hub of ingenuity and productivity, extending its peaceful hand into cultures around the world.
To many, India seems to have sprung out of nowhere as a global influence, but the country's foundation, as symbolized in its flag, predestined the current prosperity. After wrestling control of their own land in 1947, shortly after the end of WWII, Gandhi helped to ensure the founding principles of the new country were grounded in integrity, truth, stewardship, and peaceful progress.
The Indian people have all they need to be noble, global leaders: natural resources, a willing workforce, a stable peaceful government, and a desire for mutual prosperity.
The country's progress will be exponential, thrusting them into a dominant global role that will rival the current status of the United States. You may not see it yet, but all the pieces are in place for an Indian powerhouse.
The blog's mission
As I start this new blog, I reach out a hand of friendship and collaboration to a people that we have much in common with and much to learn from. I write about what I want to learn and develop, and this blog is an opening for me to know a global partner that I highly respect.
I treasure the words of Gandhi and hope to gain knowledge, trust, and friendship, and I hope to share what I discover with my readers in a persuasive and engaging way. Like Gandhi, I hope to "Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well." Harmony between our two nations is needed for our future, mutual success, and I look forward to what we will discover together.
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