Learning from history, bleeding resulted in leaders and their families suffering, while others prospering.
Learning from history, bleeding resulted in leaders and their families suffering, while others prospering. If change is essential and that change is for the betterment of the society, it needs to be bottom-up and top-down. You can see the change by changing yourself, and learning helps on that front. (This was shared in our media site, http://srikanthkidambi.com couple of years back).
Also, in this interconnected world, we can find other better places aligning with the change that we want.
To begin that change, it needs to come by living within our means, and having discipline and character amongst masses. It will also help, if great talents ideas and inventions are preferably not stolen right from their living rooms.
Moreover, when values are changing and leaders of yesteryears, who gave everything for the society, are being questioned for character without even understanding the context of the situation, it is not worth bleeding.
By the way, the statement below is not completely true. Women voting rights in NZ (First group of women to get voting rights), Gandhi's dandi march to cite couple of examples happened through nonviolence.
Originally shared by ART With A DESIGN
This Is For The Student Of History
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