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Pavan Sukdhev at the Garrison Institute’s Satyagraha Event

Pavan Sudkhev offers concluding remarks to the event participants. He highlights Mahatma Gandhi’s reliance on truth as both a platform and a non-violent weapon as well as the deep connection between the ideas of Satyagraha, loving kindness, compassionate action, and dialogue.  Sukdhev presents the challenge of discovering the correct relationship between humanity and the planet and offers his thoughts on climate change as a complex problem, but one whose solution is achievable with use of one great love. Presentation at “Satyagraha: Gandhi’s ‘Truth Force’ in the Age of Climate Change” presented by the Garrison Institute on April 13, 2008 at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York City.