Gandhi Quotes

Louis Fischer
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"Mahatma Gandhi's body lay on the pyre with his head to the north. In that position Buddha met his end." (7)

"Men and women and children knew, or felt, that when Gandhi fell by the assassin's three bullets the conscience of mankind had been left without a spokesman. Mankind was impoverished because a poor man had died." (8)

"Winston Churchill saw this better than anyone. He was revolted, he declared, by 'the nauseating and humiliating spectacle of this one-time Inner Temple lawyer, now seditious fakir, striding half-naked up the steps of the Viceroy's palace, there to negotiate and parley on equal terms with the representative of the King-Emperor.'"(10)

"We live, he felt, not in order to feed, clothe, shelter and pamper the body; we provide for the body in order to live. Life begins after the needs of the body have been met, yet how many people ruin life...

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