HOW MIGHT WE honour Gandhi beyond mourning the day of his assassination, 30th January 1948? How might we remember him in our daily lives, in the most ordinary and mundane acts of everyday?

Personally, I breathe more peacefully when I conceive of Gandhi’s life and vision; it was something radically different and incommensurate with the wishful fantasy of ‘sustainable development’. ‘Sustainable’ and ‘development’ belong to two separate, radically unjuxtaposable planetary worldviews: the first peaceful and the second violent.

‘Development’ belongs to the violent realm which comes with the hubris ...


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