Frases de gandhi en català

Frases de gandhi en català

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In this article we reflect on the three fundamental and intimately interrelated pillars that underpin Gandhi’s thought: nonviolent resistance, the constructive program and inner transformation. Although nonviolent resistance is perhaps the best known of the three, it is only the tip of the Gandhian iceberg (image 2), since it is based on a visible part, the constructive program, and a more important invisible part, personal transformation.
Humanity exceeded the carrying capacity of ecosystems in the 1980s. Voluntary simplicity then became a tool for political action at the ecological level. However, Gandhi was aware of this much earlier. One of his principles, asteya, was to make austere use of resources so that others would not suffer scarcity. His deep spiritual connection with nature led him to be aware of its limits spontaneously, and his actions were guided by this principle.

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar (present state of Gujarat), a coastal town in India. He was the son of Karamchand Gandhi, a local prime minister, and his family was of the Vaishya (‘merchant’) caste.
Gandhi would say that the most important battle in the struggle was to overcome his own dimonis, his fears and insecurities. In the beginning, Gandhi summed up his beliefs by saying: «God is the truth». Later, he changed this statement to «the truth is God». Thus, Satya (‘truth’) in Gandhi’s philosophy is ‘God’.

Gandhi’s words on peace

Mahatma Gandhi was one of the most prominent figures of Indian nationalism during the process of India’s independence from the United Kingdom. He was responsible for introducing novel strategies of peaceful disobedience and the rejection of armed struggle at the time of decolonization. His ideas ultimately proved successful for his political movement.
But, beyond this, Gandhi became one of the great symbols of pacifism during the 20th century, along with other figures such as the American Martin Luther King or the South African Nelson Mandela.
Gandhi’s image is far from that of the classic mass leader. This simple man with a sickly appearance managed to become the leader of one of the most powerful nationalist movements of the 20th century.

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On January 30, coinciding with his death, the School Day of Nonviolence and Peace is celebrated. This date values the work of schools that educate their students in the values of tolerance and peace.
For decades he helped the poorest classes in India and defended world peace as a bond of union for all nations. He was nominated five times for the Nobel Peace Prize, but was never awarded it.
A lifetime under British ruleMohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, northwest India. At that time, India was a colony under the rule of the British Empire and Indians were second-class citizens in their own country.
After graduating he worked for an Indian company based in South Africa. There he realized that the white population and the colored population (which included Africans and Indians) did not have equal rights.
The British government was benefiting British citizens and businesses. As a protest, Gandhi promoted different non-violent actions, such as the Salt March of 1930: it was about consuming salt, a staple product that only British companies were allowed to trade.