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Living Service

Length: 17 min.
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In "Living Service", Jayesh Patel, founder of the Indian NGO Manav Sadhna, walks us through the vast slums of Ahmedabad, showing us how Gandhian principles inspire the organization to help women and children living in poverty. Jayesh explains that the world has enough good ideas and what's really needed is for all of us to commit to one another through humble service.

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