Mohandas Gandhi considered these to be society’s seven deadly social sins:
- Wealth without Work
- Pleasure without Conscience
- Science without Humanity
- Knowledge without Character
- Politics without Principle
- Commerce without Morality
- Worship without Sacrifice
It sure gives one something to think about.Mohandas Gandhi considered these to be society’s seven deadly social sins. Click To Tweet
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