REVIEWING MAHATMA GHANDI'S 7 DANGERS TO HUMAN VIRTUE AND APPLYING THEM TO TODAYS WORLD.
SEVEN DANGERS TO HUMAN VIRTUE
1. Wealth without work
2. Pleasure without conscience
3. Knowledge without character
4. Business without ethics
5. Science without humanity
6. Religion without sacrifice
7. Politics without principle
Ghandi (2 Oct 1869 - 30 Jan 1948) outlined these universal dangers that appear to have the same weight today as they did in his lifetime.
Of these seven at least one applies to approximately 90% of the TED Talks I have viewed and conversations I have read.
What do you think of this list? Can you add to it? Can we use the list to evoke change for the better? How?