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To the non-violent protesters, people power revolutionaries, and good people across the Middle East and North Africa, a glimpse into your future:
Because as Gandhi himself once said, “Anger is the enemy of non-violence and pride is a monster that swallows it up. And terrible breath is what that monster belches up once he’s finished feasting on his rage.”*
*More of a paraphrase than a direct quote.
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Nina is a little girl growing up in Japan who somehow has a pretty firm grasp of what’s going on between the President and the “No Money Persons” in Egypt:
For more videos of Nina on less political topics, go to her YouTube channel here.
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