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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 Facebook.com/OmLightPhotograpy 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.
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[…] Gandhi’s top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World. (elephantjournal.com) […]
Quick, insightful, and to-the-point. Nice distillation of Ghandi's message and I love the simple graphic presentation! Thank you. ~Tom Rapsas
Just perfect…now let s practice! Thanks!
Definitely worth posting, printing and pinning up! Oh, and to read EVERY day.
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Hi Jim, I'm also an EJ contributor. I posted your piece on my fan page: https://www.facebook.com/JeanniePageWriter.
I love it! Cheers, Jeannie Page
Love to everyone at Ele! ♥ ~ Julie
[…] the words on the desk in Rishikesh? It’s fair enough to focus on transcendence, but unless we resist injustice we’re complicit. “Never fail to fulfil your duties,” says the Swami. If […]
What's the source on this list? Seems rather…trite. ~ Waylon
Sorry for the very belated response, Waylon, but correct you are! Upon further research, I'd say at best 4 or 5 on the list can be attributed to Gandhi. The list and visual representation: good. But attributing the list to Gandhi: not so good. A concise and informative write-up on Gandhi's core beliefs can be found here: http://www.worldculture.org/editorials/07-Gandhi%…
Best wishes for '012. ~Tom Rapsas
You are oh so right, Vishal! Please see my belated response to Waylon. Best wishes, Tom
Whether they came from Gandhi or not is immaterial. They are guidelines worth following.
[…] the communist movement, the writings of Gandhi inspired me in a new direction. I felt his ideas bridged the gap between social activism and spirituality. At 19, I became an organic food activist and farmer and part-time yogi learning asanas from […]
I didn’t know you were in the bay area I’d love to take a class from you in the future (when I don’t have two jobs)! For now, I’ve been doing kncobkxiig twice a week and have been biking to work I read your blog for inspiration! Thanks!
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