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Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Debasish Mridha

I don't teach. I just show them why to learn, what to learn, how to learn, and the ultimate purpose of learning. — Debasish Mridha

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

And whilst he may not claim superiority by reason of learning, I myself must not withold that meed of homage that learning, wherever it resides, always commands. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Let every young man and woman be warned by my example, and understand that good handwriting is a necessary part of education. I am now of the opinion that children should first be taught the art of drawing before learning how to write. Let the child learn his letters by observation as he does different objects, such as flowers, birds, etc., and let him learn handwriting only after he has learnt to draw objects. He will then write a beautifully formed hand. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Persistent questioning and healthy inquisitiveness are the first requisite for acquiring learning of any kind. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

I am now of the opinion that children should first be taught the art of drawing before learning how to write. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Is not labour, like learning, its own reward? — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Learning takes us through many states of life, but it fails utterly in the hour of danger and temptation. Then faith alone saves. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Arun Gandhi

In recent decades we have emphasized the value of teaching people 'tolerance.' Tolerance is not only inadequate, it is a negative concept which only alienates society further. Learning to tolerate absolves people of the responsibility of learning to understand different people, accept and appreciate their differences, and progress towards respecting them for who and what they are. It is only when we build acceptance between people that we will rid ourselves of the scourge of prejudice and liberate ourselves from violence. — Arun Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Marcus Samuelsson

I would love to take a cooking class from Gandhi. Maybe I could teach him how to cook, and he could teach me his message. I wouldn't mind learning how to make couscous from scratch from a North African woman, either. — Marcus Samuelsson

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Benjamin B. Dunlap

'Live each day as if it is your last,' said Mahatma Gandhi. 'Learn as if you'll live forever.' This is what I'm passionate about. It is precisely this. It is this inextinguishable, undaunted appetite for learning and experience, no matter how risible, no matter how esoteric, no matter how seditious it might seem. — Benjamin B. Dunlap

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

The expert knows more and more about less and less until he knows everything about nothing. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

I consider writing as a fine art. We kill it by imposing the alphabet on little children and making it the beginning of learning. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Every Hindu boy and girl should possess sound Samskrit learning. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Gudjon Bergmann

Gandhi is an example of a man who grew from being self-centered as he was learning to become a lawyer in England, to becoming more family- and social oriented in South-Africa, where he led a reformation of Indian rights, to becoming determined in helping his nation recover from British rule at which he succeeded in the end with the help of a great many people. At the end of his life Gandhi was increasingly focused on a larger picture, encasing the whole world in his vision of a peaceful future. — Gudjon Bergmann

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Maya Angelou

If a human being dreams a great dream, dares to love somebody; if a human being dares to be Martin King, or Mahatma Gandhi, or Mother Theresa, or Malcolm X; if a human being dares to be bigger than the condition into which she or he was born-it means so can you. And so you can try to stretch, stretch, stretch yourself so you can internalize, 'Homo sum, humani nil a me alienum puto. I am a human being, nothing human can be alien to me.' That's one thing I'm learning. — Maya Angelou

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Jean Illsley Clarke

Shame That Destroys Employing shame to control people, however, is a misuse of power. When Gandhi was asked how so few British could control the enormous numbers of Indian citizens, he replied, "They humiliate us to control us." So it is with anyone who intentionally, or out of deep and unexamined old learning controls another by means of humiliation. Sharp anger, a searing jibe at someone's very essence, name-calling, setting someone apart as unacceptable, rejection, all of these behaviors and many more render others helpless. This is the aberration of shame from which so many of us must work to release ourselves. — Jean Illsley Clarke

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

I refuse to put the unnecessary strain of learning English upon my sisters for the sake of false pride or questionable social advantage. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

The process of learning should be as far as possible a pleasurable one and not laborious — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent. — Mahatma Gandhi

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Debasish Mridha

The best teacher teaches by inspiring students to learn by showing them the ultimate purpose of learning. — Debasish Mridha

Learning By Gandhi Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

In a democratic scheme, money invested in the promotion of learning gives a tenfold return to the people even as a seed sown in good soil returns a luxuriant crop. — Mahatma Gandhi