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Gandhi On Non-Violence by Mahatma Gandhi
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Aug 26, 2011

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Actually, the book I read was a compilation of Gandhi's writings on non-violence edited by Thomas Mercer called GANDHI ON NON-VIOLENCE. Mercer's essay on Gandhi is fascinating, and the book offers a good introduction to the philosophy and practice of non-violence. Occasionally, the expressions are overly aphoristic, and they start to get a bit repetitive at the end, but overall, the work offers solid insight into Gandhi's movement. Also, I fear that not many people are willing to "greet death with a smile" for the sake of embracing the universal law of love that Gandhi believed in so wholeheartedly. Still, the idea is a marvel, and the book has inspired me to continue to work on unifying my own meager spirit so that I may better love my brothers and sisters on this earth...
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