Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World.

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Found on the Tumblr blog Everything To Everyone.


About Jim Campbell ~ OmLight Photography

Jim Campbell is a yogi, photographer and engineer in Boulder, CO, where he tries to see Yoga in a Whole New Light at OmLight Photography. Follow his regular shoots at and his OmLight Blog. Jim teaches in Boulder at The Little Yoga Studio. He has a particular interest in helping men discover yoga and teaches a mens-only Tight Guy Yoga class at The Little Yoga Studio.


18 Responses to “Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World.”

  1. shawna says:

    Putting this on my wall!

    Thanks for sharing

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  3. trapsas1 says:

    Quick, insightful, and to-the-point. Nice distillation of Ghandi's message and I love the simple graphic presentation! Thank you. ~Tom Rapsas

  4. freehugyoga says:

    Just perfect…now let s practice! Thanks!

  5. Lynn W. says:

    Definitely worth posting, printing and pinning up! Oh, and to read EVERY day.

  6. tomgrasso says:

    Featured on Elephant Journal's Enlightened Society Facebook page! Check it out, like and share the page!

  7. Hi Jim, I'm also an EJ contributor. I posted your piece on my fan page:

    I love it! Cheers, Jeannie Page

  8. Julie Shanti says:

    Love to everyone at Ele! ♥ ~ Julie

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  12. tess gaston says:

    Whether they came from Gandhi or not is immaterial. They are guidelines worth following.

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