The Similarities Of Gandhi And Gandhi To Mahatma Gandhi

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If I had the opportunity to have lunch with an important person I would choose Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi was definitely an admirable person who fought for Indian liberation through peaceful forms of disobedience. Gandhi showed to the world that there were more important things to fight or worry about than material things. He was very committed to his policy of non-violent non-cooperation to achieve the independence of India. His main goal was to alleviate poverty, liberate woman, put an end to discrimination, and achieve self-rule. As a very catholic person, sometimes I feel that if Jesus would reincarnate in earth, Gandhi will be, doubtless, the best figure to represent Him. Jesus and Gandhi shared so many virtues that the similarities in between…show more content…
On my personal opinion, Gandhi and Jesus are so similar on their nature that sometimes it is hard to ignore. Gandhi had the fortune to be born in a high caste, which allowed him to receive the private education he had. However, he was one of the humblest people in the world. Even born in a high caste, Gandhi believed that he had to live in the same conditions that the people he represented in order to gain respect. How could he talk about the difficulties of poverty if he had not experienced it? This is the reason why he decided to give everything away, including his law practice. One of Gandhi’s first fights was to allow women with brown skin to be treated the same way as everybody…show more content…
I would love to learn things like the patience he had to fight, with non-violent disobedience, for what he believed. Also, his ability to feel and give people peace just by looking at him. His wisdom, motivation, and inspiration to always look forward. Most importantly, the mainstay of the persuasiveness that led him to be who we was. Comparatively, I like the idea of having lunch with Gandhi because I feel that it could be as interesting as having a long conversation with my dad. I am sure that the opportunity to have lunch with Gandhi would leave me with lots of positive thoughts that will certainly change my
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