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Tuesday, December 1, 1981

Ganesh Devy and month of studying east-west, and south asia's pro-youth learners

 #BR2 Ganesh Devy is one of world's greatest living students of Gandhi
Applies his experiential learning to:
support of some of india's poorest itinerant tribes- family relevance grandad (sir kenneth kemp) hastily issued legalese of india's independence- it failed to re-edit precise colonial laws on wjo has right to property- just one of the legacies of 450 years of colonisation that still messes with sosuth asia's sustainabilouity systems

applies to hundreds of indigenous mother tongues that fre endangered

when i met ganesh in 2005 he was one of 3 main sponsors of global reconciliation netwok- where people from over 70 cultures ariund the word testified as to how hard communities can find it to reconcile hiostory;s gfreatest horrors- the event was hosted at indira gandhi cultuiral cengter week before xmas 2005- sadly many of the participant next projects turned out to de disaster releif from te tesunami that hit much of the hemisphere 10 days later

related question how do western millennials practice gandhi's currcila or oyter spiritual curriculum

with great difficulty - its hard to imagine any 20s something today being given the time and space to grow that larry brilliant had to study india gurus with the result that he became one of the world's great conquerors of infectious diseases as well as's first mapmaker

if you really seriously need to know how ganesh devy and other study gandhi mail me and i will make list of lifelong learnings i have found most useful

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