• Humanitis
    . Although, his real name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, people who admire him, prefer to call him as Mahatma Gandhi (The Great Soul). I have seen movies that are short and do not seem to explain anything, but this film is completely different. Although it was over three hours, the film gave great...
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  • the person I admire most
    The person whom I admired first time is my mother. But, if we talk about the famous person, I can say that, he is Mahatma Gandhi. He was from India. He is known as the “Father of nation” in India as he played a very important role in gaining the freedom of India. Mahatma Gandhi gave the Indian...
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  • powerful interest
    is that whatever or whoever makes us go forward with our plans or dreams is the one we admire the most. Just like Dr. Benjamin Mays and Mahatma Gandhi influenced Martin Luther King Jr. my mother influenced me in life and she will always influence me and I will admired till the day I can’t no more. ...
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  • Gandhi
    A man who led India to independence and inspired movements for non-violence and civil rights and freedom across the world is definitely a person I want to meet. Mahatma Gandhi was a leader with great aplomb and had great leadership skills. Gandhi was the preeminent leader during the British rule...
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  • xxr tyyt
    Role Model: Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi was an amazing and hugely influential figure in history. He is renowned for his beliefs and teachings in regards to civil rights, religion, education, non-violence, and the list goes on. In this analysis I will attempt to relate Gandhi’s principles to my...
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  • Gandhiji
    abandon your rigid, unjust position, and to let me help you see the truth of my cause.  ~ Mahatma Gandhi (born: 1869-10-02 died: 1948-01-30 at age: 78) Before you do anything, stop and recall the face of the poorest most helpless destitute person you have seen and ask yourself, Is what I am about...
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  • M.K.Gandhi
    REVIEW OF “THE LIFE OF MAHATMA GANDHI” – Louis Fischer The man which all of us admiringly, lovingly, respectfully and reverently refer to as The Mahatama, Bapu, The Father of the Nation and by various other names was a true son of the soil, not just what we refer to today as the India, but of the...
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  • Ghandhiji
    today. I totally disagree with this statement. I am glad to say that an increasing number of young people in India and elsewhere are today turning to him(Mahatma Gandhi) to seek solutions to contemporary concerns through individual and collective action. The question to ask is not whether Mahatma...
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  • Mahatma Gandhi
    . There are so many people who are abused, raped, killed, or unjustly treated through other means every single day while the rest of the world remain unconcerned and go about their busy yet meaningless life. I really admire and look up to Mahatma Gandhi for the fact that he remained righteous up to...
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  • Aung Sang Suu Kyi
    one of my inspirational person, Aung San Suu Kyi. She have big admiration in myself where she have done something that is unimaginable by the people in this modern world. For analyzing her, I have choose five theories to work with such as Albert Bandura’s Social Cognitive Learning Theory, Abraham...
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  • comparing two heroes
    Nation State”, Howard Gardner explores the lives of three renowned men that are considered heroes: Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Jean Monnet. The qualities of Gandhi stood out and reminded me of a personal hero of my own, my babci (Polish word for grandma). Courage and faith can be...
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  • Hero Comparison Essay: Odysseus vs Gandhi
    compared to Mahatma Gandhi, a modern day hero, to see if there really is a large gap separating the two types. However, one thing is certain, modern heroes can be identical to epic heroes if they are larger than life, embody the ideals of their culture, embark on a perilous journey, and possess super...
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  • Champ
    Daniel Jacobellis Mrs. Patajh May 23, 2008 Rel 11-13 Essay Born into the business class of the caste system,Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India. He became one of the most respected spiritual and political leaders of the 1900's. Gandhi helped free...
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  • Hinduism Research Paper
    power to fight. Hinduism as a religion gives great power to women, unlike the society which strips women of their influence. I strongly support Ramakrishna’s perspective that “each religion is only a path leading to God” (Richard, 65). I admire the many rivers into one ocean analogy used to...
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  • Gandhi
    whole world blind." "There are many causes that I am prepared to die for but no causes that I am prepared to kill for." In applying these principles, Gandhi did not balk from taking them to their most logical extremes in envisioning a world where even government, police and armies were nonviolent. The...
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  • Leadership
    overcome in order to be victorious and lead South Africa to a new future without apartheid and racism. At a very young age Mandela admired and followed the non-violent resistance movement practiced by Mahatma Gandhi, which led him to become an anti-apartheid activist. Mandela was the first member of...
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  • Is Dressing Up Well Important
    is the scientist whom I admire the most. He was born on August 12, 1919 in the renowned Sarabhai family. Ambalal Sarabhai, his father, was a well-known industrialist. His mother, Saraladevi, was a staunch follower of Mahatma Gandhi. She was a great social worker. Vikram studied at home. After passing...
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  • Influences of Adults
    Adults always influence young people's choices whether it's for the good or bad. These are our role models that we look up to and want to copy. They are someone worthy to copy and someone that inspires you. Strength, wisdom, and reliability are the three things I admire about adults...
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  • Eastern and Western Philosophers Comparison
    philosopher I believe made very compelling arguments for his ideas is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi. "Gandhi, of course, is known everywhere for his use of nonviolence to help attain political freedom for India and for striving to instill a sense of self-respect in all human...
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  • Marcellin and Gandhi
    Marcellin Champagnat and Mohandas Karamchand (Mahatma) Gandhi. These people had amazing amounts of faith in their beliefs and values and they inspired them, and the many that would follow in their footsteps, for centuries to come. Marcellin was a man of great religious faith. This immense...
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