Mahatma Gandhi – sitting at a bus stop

‘Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.’ – the words of Mahatma Gandhi.

In this case, the insignificant event on most people’s minds is catching the bus from the rural north-east Fife hamlet of Bottomcraig where, for no apparent reason, the man who led the campaign for India’s independence from colonial rule now sits.

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