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Culture of the mind must be subservient to the heart
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"Culture of the mind must be subservient to the heart"

- Mahatma Gandhi

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Mahatma Gandhi's quote suggests that the heart needs to be the primary source of assistance in life. He thought that the mind needs to be used to serve the heart, instead of the other method around. He believed that the heart is the source of real wisdom and understanding, and that it ought to be the main source of assistance in life. He argued that the mind can be quickly affected by external elements, such as society, and that it can result in a lack of real understanding. He believed that the heart must be the main source of guidance, as it is more carefully connected to our real selves and our inner desires. He argued that the heart ought to be the primary source of assistance in life, as it is more carefully connected to our real selves and our innermost desires. He believed that the culture of the mind ought to be subservient to the heart, as it is the source of real knowledge and understanding.

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Mahatma Gandhi This quote is written / told by Mahatma Gandhi between October 2, 1869 and January 30, 1948. He was a famous Leader from India. The author also have 160 other quotes.

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