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The Philosophy of Governamace-II
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Publisher:  IVT ISBN-10:  1478237473
Pages: 

124

Copyright:  July 18, 2011 ISBN-13:  9781478237471

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he Philosophy of Governace-II

A ext Book for University Students.In a system every one should get maximum benefits out of governance, that is every individualís right.

In a system every one should get maximum benefits out of governance, that is every individualís right. This should be the philosophy of governance. The functioning of the government should resemble that of a human body, a total co-ordination of every selfless organ. Philosophy and empty promises will not fill an empty stomach, but following through on the promises of satisfaction shall be a fulfilling food. False propaganda will not bear fruit, but ploughed land and hard work will garnish enough crops to feed the masses. Rights cannot be harvested unless the sense of duty is dutifully invested. Unless the sense of responsibility is honored the holiness of right is an empty promise. In the place it is honored there is prosperity, where there is not, it is a barren land.† Excerpt
In a system every one should get maximum benefits out of governance, that is every individualís right. This should be the philosophy of governance. The functioning of the government should resemble that of a human body, a total co-ordination of every selfless organ. Philosophy and empty promises will not fill an empty stomach, but following through on the promises of satisfaction shall be a fulfilling food. False propaganda will not bear fruit, but ploughed land and hard work will garnish enough crops to feed the masses. Rights cannot be harvested unless the sense of duty is dutifully invested. Unless the sense of responsibility is honored the holiness of right is an empty promise. In the place it is honored there is prosperity, where there is not, it is a barren land.


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