Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals.

Via on Jun 12, 2012

Found this awesome infographic online.

Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals By Idea Obscura.

Editor: Lynn Hasselberger

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9 Responses to “Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals.”

  1. Mamaste says:

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  3. guest says:

    did Gandhi really write this list? or is this one of those new internet memes that somebody threw together for a blog? I think we can respect Gandhi a little more on a yoga blog by putting up some of his real passages and quotes.

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