Shortly before Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, have gave his grandson Arun Gandhi a short list of errors to avoid. Below is the wisdom he shared with him on their last afternoon together:
The Seven Blunders of the World
- Wealth without work.
- Pleasure without conscience.
- Knowledge without character.
- Commerce without morality.
- Science without humanity.
- Worship without sacrifice.
- Politics without principle.
After years of reflecting on his grandfather’s life and work, Arun Gandhi added an eighth blunder:
- Rights without responsibilities.
Bottom Line: Avoid these world class blunders in your own life.