Bloodless War of the Man of Peace
“An eye for an eye will only make the world go blind”. These words came from a wise man that conquered a whole nation without raising a single hand in violence. He practiced self-less sacrifice for the people of a nation that treated him unequally and unjust. He brought his enemies to their knees with love and kindness. And though his life ended tragically and unjustly, he greeted his assassin and death with a smile. He, with his ideology, brought about great change in the world, and restored the faith in the goodness of humanity. He is Mahatma Gandhi.
Mahatma Gandhi is a man with a vision. He had a bright future ahead of him. Having studied law in England, he is well educated and is well - versed with the rest of the world. During the time of Mahatma Gandhi, India back then was colonized by the British Empire. Because of racial differences, racism and maltreatment evidently plagued the society. Indians or the locals were treated unfairly, from the simple right in riding a first class train, to walking under the shaded walkways; the Indians experienced various examples of severe active racism. These social problems gave Mahatma Gandhi the heart of a revolutionary. And from his heart, he brought changes in the society without resulting into violence. He accomplished a lot in his lifetime, with the freedom India included in his portfolio; he also accomplished books about his teachings and ideology. One example of these publications is his book, Young India.
Young India is a book by Mahatma Gandhi about Civil Disobedience, Passive Resistance, Non -Cooperation, and Satyagraha. In this publication, he cleared the margins of Satyagraha from Civil Disobedience and the like. He showed the etymology of Satyagraha, satya, being truth, and graha, being firmness of force. He showed the definition of the term and the principles withheld within it. He included the responsibilities, rules, conducts, qualifications, success in the...
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