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iv) Greatness may be born out of hatred and murder as was done by conquerors and tyrants. But, this greatness is transient and there is nothing truly great about it! Greatness born of love and compassion is true greatness. It is a greatness with universality at its core: it is the greatness that Buddha, Gandhi and Christ possessed. This is definitely the appreciated and admired greatness.

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