Why Hasn’t Gandhi Died Yet?

The end of great hope

This bronze statue of Gandhi commemorating the centenary of the incident at the Pietermaritzburg Railway Station was unveiled by Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, in June 1993 | Image Source- Wikimedia Commons

What best do you expect from yourself?
What do you want from life?
What outcome do you expect from your life?
What do you want to be seen and remembered as?

The universe gives everyone a chance at everything.

Where the Indian and Atlantic…




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