Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi was born on the 2nd of October, 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat,
India. He died on the 30th of January, 1948 in New Delhi, India.
Gandhi was a great political and spiritual leader for India, when India
was still under the rule of the British Empire.
Famous Spiritual Quotes>
- The only virtue I want to claim is Truth and Non-violence. I lay no
claim to superhuman powers. I want none.
- My services have many limitations, but God has up to now blessed them
in spite of the imperfections.
- I lay claim to nothing exclusively divine in me. I do not claim prophetship.
I am but a humble seeker after Truth and bent upon finding It.
- I must be true to my Maker, and the moment I feel that life is insupportable
for me, I hope not to be found wanting.
- Christianity became disfigured when it went to the West. I am sorry
to have to say that, but that is my reading.
- If you want to give a message again to the West, it must be a message
of 'Love', it must be a message of 'Truth'.
- I was afraid for my very life... What was my duty, I asked myself.
Should I go back to India, or should I go forward, with God as my helper,
and face whatever was in store for me?
- I must admit it in all humility, that however indifferently it may
be, I endeavor to represent love in every fiber of my being.
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