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Gandhi's Shoes

By Rutagengwa Claude Shema

Regional Coordinator

Great Lakes Peace Initiative (GLPI)


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     As Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) was boarding a train, he lost a
shoe. The train was already moving, and he could not go back to
pick it up. He quickly took off his other shoe and threw it back
near where he had lost the first one.  A passenger asked, "Why did
you do that?"  Gandhi said, "So that the poor chap who finds my
shoe will have a pair."

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