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the good image of agriculture in my mirror of hope

 

From history some signs of droughts, poverty and other natural calamities, everyone can see how shadows bring to the sustenance of population but I cannot deny that after their effects led to many discoveries by differentiating high risk zones from low risk zones in that times. Some countries, mountains or hills became hindrance  due to range of factors. So population started to work about a mixed agriculture whereby those who has land started to worry about themselves only. This…

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Added by Abdul karim Habimana on January 14, 2017 at 5:20am — No Comments

#cyberpeacefare #American Politics #"The Soul of Politics"Jim Wallis

Excerpts:

"Mohandas K Gandhi warned against what he called the seven social sins: 1. politics without principle, 2. wealth without work, 3. commerce without morality, 4. pleasure without conscience, 5. education without character,6. science without humanity and 7. worship without sacrifice.

"We can find common ground only by moving to a higher ground. Constituency-based politics, with its factional interests, will not lead us to higher ground.  Politics has been reduced to the…

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Added by Al LeBlanc on April 7, 2014 at 11:04am — 1 Comment

Leadership

According to me, leadership is action of leading a group of people or an organisation. An ideal leader’s fundamental duty is to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity. Sustained excellence will be possible for a moral leadership. 

Because, this excellence can be obtained when you care more than what others think as wise, risk more than what other think as safe, dream more than what other think as practical, and expect more…

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Added by A.MAHALAKSHMI on December 31, 2013 at 4:30am — No Comments

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