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Title: A Toymaker’s journey of spreading non-violence through trash

Look at a pile of trash – a few plastic bottles, unused pens, toffee wrappers, unused papers, and a lot more, waiting to be burnt, thrown away or buried. Does it speak to you? Do you look at it as trash that needs to be gotten rid of? Do you repel the very sight of it and want to destroy it or throw it out of your vicinity? What do you think happens with trash, once it is gone away from you? Is it burnt, creating more pollution? Does all of it get segregated properly? Does all of it get recycled? Where does it go then? What does it do to the earth and its inhabitants, us?


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