what is the best way to "PROTEST" ?

There are different methods around the world to express the aggressions and express the demand of people. Where world has seen violent method of protest, as always India, surprised world by the method ‘satyagraha’ by mahatmaji. But today even non- violent moment like satyagraha which includes ... View More

0 245 Views | Posted 2011-10-15 15:28:21
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-21 08:24:19
    Thank you experts for your valuable contributions in this discussion,Let me conclude the discussion by taking words posted by our respectable,As @Arvind Joshi245 ji stated “Depending on the circumstances, be hard like a diamond, flexible like a feather, generous like water, ,or empty like the air” Words of @Gautam Joshi ji“rather thinking upon the violent and non-violent nature of any protest, we should first think that whether it is justified or not or whether it would solve any purpose or not.”And@Vikas Naidu ji “Chor ki Dadhi me Tinka” is the best quote for those who oppose any good moment, added more beauty to the discussionL... view more
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-10-18 17:11:35
    I think best way to protest is to open a topic to discussion in all kinds of media. A show of unity is required, whether it is wearing black clothes or clapping in a stadium. It is only the crowds that attract attention. Individuals are easy to break.
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-18 15:16:05
    If a person is fasting unto death, and he is all prepared for it, why doe'nt the person opposing him come up with a stand which is more concrete than fasting unto death. The latter will not come up with anything like that, because he is more concerned with his own public image.
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-17 20:42:55
    Recently there was a criticism griped up on non-violent moment like satyagraha that the approach ‘Fast unto Death’ sounds blackmailing and it cannot be justified… I request all experts to share their valuable views.
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    Gopal Sharma | Contributor-Level 6

    2011-10-17 09:11:07
    Arvind Joshi245 Sir, "Depending on the circumstances, be hard like a diamond, flexible like a feather, generous like water, or empty like the air. If the origin of your problem is fire, it is no use to counter-attack with more fire, be cause this will only increase the fire: In that case, only water will be able to combat the evil," I liked the most. This simply means- 'Flexibility'. Your protest should be the best one under the given circumstances. The Anna Hazare movement was a non-violent and a gandhian movement. They mentioned that the person harming the public property will not/could not be a part of their campaign. The Political system... view more
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-16 09:57:04
    .CONTINUED8. Don't look at your life with resentment and be prepared to accept everything the gods have offered you; each day brings with it joy and fury, pain and pleasure, darkness and light, growth and decadence. All of those are part of the cycle of nature, so don't try complaining or fighting against the cosmic order. Accept it and it will accept you.9. If you heart is big enough it will be able to harbour all those who oppose your destiny and once you have harboured them with love, you will be able to annul the negative force your opponents are bringing you.10. Whenever you notice an opponent approaching, say courteous words.If he insi... view more
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-16 09:48:30
    Without commenting anything from my own side, I would like to reproduce a few lines from an article "The way of the good warrior" by Paulo Coelho (Published in MAIL TODAY,16th October 2011:Aikido, the Japanese martial art, was created by Morihei Ueshiba, who lived from 1883 to 1969.I believe that it is one of the most interesting martial art form, and the only one I have ever practiced.I'd like to share some of Morihei's theories on the different confrontations we must all face in life.1. Those who have a goal in life will face an opposing force; to to eliminate this force, it is necessary to learn how to make it work in your favour.2.True w... view more
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-16 08:41:02
    I request the participation of Dr.KRISHNA KATTI Khushwant Jain Govind_S
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-16 07:42:51
    I request the participation of Aneeket Arvind Joshi245 Gautam Joshi Pooja Kohli Priya

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