You must batter down the barriers which wall in your view of life. You must stop thinking in terms of your own country alone. You must learn that the frontiers of England, of America, of India, lie far beyond England, beyond America, and beyond India. You must open out your philosophical horizon and bring your thinking up to date. Know that this century demands that the Indian peasant learn that his fate is inextricably bound up with the fate of the British factory worker, and both with that of the American trader.
-- Notebooks Category 11: The Negatives > Chapter 3: Their Presence in The World > # 350