Gandhi, the Man Topics for Discussion

Eknath Easwaran
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Is Gandhi's message applicable to modern, western society? Why or why not?

Why do you think Gandhi's message had such a transformational effect on South Africa and India when he was there? Do you think such an effect could be realized on governments today? Why or why not?

Are there instances today in modern politics or world affairs in which you can imagine one or more of the people involved instituting Gandhi's principles and transforming the conflict? Describe how and why it might be effective.

Gandhi told the Pathans that he made it a practice never to be afraid, and for that reason, he never carried a weapon. How did Gandhi affect that change in himself, and is such a transformation possible in people who are a part of today's most violent cultures? Explain.

What were the commonalities between the Bhagavad Gita and the Bible that Gandhi...

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