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Einstein on Gandhi

Albert Einstein

I believe that Gandhi's views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time.

We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.
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To my closest mentors and inspiring networks of young female truth mediators, linking in the databank of World Record Jobs creators, Gandhi's story as a networker is most curious. Here is a spirited man whose practical consequence worldwide influenced an aethiest (Einstein), a golden rule religious woman ( Franciscan Catholic Maria Montessori) and a Golden Rule man ( Muslim Sir Fazle Abed)

1 As an 18 year old brought up near Mumbai, Gandhi did not believe there was anything globally wortth learning from Indian Univetsities so he crowdunded from his hamily to go and stucy being a barrister at the Bar of Lomdon

2 Gandhi was very disappointed with the student nightlife in Lomdon. Most of his peers spent a large amount of tfeir stindt budget on alocohol. Instead he started a club that became his first cross-cultural network . In his liefetime this explains why he came to have more diaorists (hjournalists) of his story than anyone of his era. Until recently the London chapter of this club was predided over by the Attenborough family - specfically the movie directior Rochard who made the film Gandhi no dount influenced by his younger brother David - the BBC's and world's leading nature broadcaster

3 Returing to India Gandhi found himself over-qualified as a barrister and perhaps mistreated racially- superme court work in India of that time was a white man's game. He wrote some articles on his emerging experunec of Empire for a local newspaper. He amplified the circulation by paying street chilkdtren to sample the articles wherever they could. At thi9s time the Indian Diaspora offered him some work as a barrister in South Africa. The combination of this youth's behaviors was repiorted back from India to London and through to South Africa by the empires bureaucrats. This started up Gandhi's life as the most famous persion across 3 hemispheres. In fact from 1990 to about 1925 he "commuted" by ship in a triangular pattern Mumbai-Durban-London. As he necame more famous the ship became a floating college of alumni.

4 Foir 16 years Gandhi's courtwork in S Africa was not that remarkable. Retrospecively the system of jurisdiction that became apartheid was probably unstoppable. Gandhi's aha moment (Satyagraha) was more personal. There in 1906 he was in his mid forties being thrown off a train in the miiddle of a south afrucan ninght for having the worng colored skin to be in the fiusr5 calss carriage. Gandhi determined in that moment that his profession -uphiolding the empires law was the systemic problem ruining all of his peoiples lives. While he started meditating how to build an independence movement, he decided he wanted to redesign a total education system from first grade up before taking on the Raj politicians and their jursidiction . So he continued working in South Africa but started the experiment Tolstoy Farm - a sort of village community and agricultural cooperative where families could live and mix upo world and learning. (You can debate whether decades later Mandela would have ever risen culturally without Gandhi's seeding of goodwill to all village networkers)

5 Irionically on Gandhi's last sailing between S Africa and London he landed at the start of world war 1. There he served for about 4 months as a first aid health servant.

6 During the next decade he mainly focused on building his vocational education system back in India. There the tolsoy farm's knowledge merged with ashrams. And during his last 1000 person networking  summit at the quakers house in London. a connection was made with Maria Montessori who dediucated the rest of her life to building village schools in India

7 By the mid 1920s Gandhi started using ever idea in his media playbook to popularise his movement under the noses of the Raj bureucrats. The salt march is a famous case. A march from rural India to the Mumbai coiast to colect salt from teh sea shore. According to British Empire rule : this was an illegal activity as salt was one of teh spifes that British Law had made a corporate monopoly. Over the next 20 years 2 london baristers (Gandhi and my maternal grandfather Sir Kenneth Kemp) mediated the law in a series of cort cases. Grandad died when i was young but i recall his favorite saying - nothing is impossible. Grandad himself transformed from being the Mumbai chief justice who sent Gandhi to prision to writing up the legalese of India's Independence.

 And the Muslim man who inherited Gandhi's passion for vocational village schooling.  Here we need to jump quarter of a centiry. Againast Gandhi's dream Britannia's last act across the south asia continental belt was to partition independence with india in the middle of 2 Pakistans. The East Pakistan took 25 years to win its independence from west pakistan becoming the new nation of bangladesh. From 1972 vilage women were empowered by Sir Fazle Abed to start building the rural nation of Bangladesh from the poorest start of any top 10 populations. Vocational village schooling was pivotal as was every girl learning to be as self-sufficiuet as possible in basic first aid and last mile heatth service. see young womens journal notes on Sir Fazle Abed's story as the man who transitioned pre digital rural womens networking to the most extraordinary ngo and  efinance banking partnerships in the digital cooperation world of women ending poverty 



correspondence and notes- Eimstein & Gandhi

Respected Mr. Gandhi !
I use the presence of your friend in our home to send you these lines. You have shown through your works, that it is possible to succeed without violence even with those who have not discarded the method of violence. We may hope that your example will spread beyond the borders of your country, and will help to establish an international authority, respected by all, that will take decisions and replace war conflicts.
With sincere admiration,
Yours A. Einstein.
I hope that I will be able to meet you face to face some day. 

Gandhi's letter to Einstein - Source: Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, vol. 54
LONDON, October 18, 1931

I was delighted to have your beautiful letter sent through Sundaram. It is a great consolation to me that the work I am doing finds favour in your sight. I do indeed wish that we could meet face to face and that too in India at my Ashram.

Yours sincerely,

Notes by Einstein on Gandhi - Source: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mahatma Gandhi's life achievement stands unique in political history. He has invented a completely new and humane means for the liberation war of an oppressed country, and practised it with greatest energy and devotion. The moral influence he had on the conciously thinking human being of the entire civilized world will probably be much more lasting than it seems in our time with its overestimation of brutal violent forces. Because lasting will only be the work of such statesmen who wake up and strengthen the moral power of their people through their example and educational works.

We may all be happy and grateful that destiny gifted us with such an enlightened contemporary, a role model for the generations to come. 

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