All men are brothers : autobiographical reflections by Mohandas K. Gandhi

By Mohandas K. Gandhi

This e-book brings jointly a few of Gandhi's most vital writings in one quantity. in addition to Gandhi's inspiring articulation of his philosophy of non-violent resistance and his concepts on faith and theology, the booklet contains reflections on themes starting from politics, schooling, women's rights and expertise, in addition to meditations on his personal life.--

summary: This booklet brings jointly a few of Gandhi's most vital writings in one quantity. in addition to Gandhi's inspiring articulation of his philosophy of non-violent resistance and his ideas on faith and theology, the booklet comprises reflections on subject matters starting from politics, schooling, women's rights and expertise, in addition to meditations on his personal existence

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There are some who assume that when we see what is right we will do it. It is not so. Even when we know what is right it does not follow that we will choose and do right. We are overborne by powerful impulses and do wrong and betray the light in us. ” It is by a process of trial and error, self-search and austere discipline that the human being moves step by painful step along the road to fulfilment. Gandhi’s religion was a rational and ethical one. He would not accept any belief which did not appeal to his reason or any injunction which did not commend to his conscience.

That may be claimed to be the purpose served by the Eiffel Tower. 44 An Autobiography I passed my examinations, was called to the Bar on the tenth of June 1891, and enrolled in the High Court on the eleventh. On the twelfth I sailed for home. 45 An Autobiography My elder brother had built high hopes on me. The desire for wealth and name and fame was great in him. He had a big heart, generous to a fault. This, combined with his simple nature, had attracted to him many friends, and through them he expected to get me briefs.

As the ship arrived at the quay and I watched the people coming on board to meet their friends, I observed that the Indians were not held in much respect. I could not fail to notice a sort of snobbishness about the manner in which those who knew Abdulla Sheth behaved towards him, and it stung me. Abdulla Sheth had got used to it. Those who looked at me did so with a certain amount of curiosity. My dress marked me out from other Indians. I had a frockcoat and a turban. 52 An Autobiography On the second or third day of my arrival, he took me to see the Durban court.

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