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This essay will reflect how Mahandas Karemchand Gandhi was a man of peace and showed how he thought about war and peace Mahandas Karemchand Gandhi was a spiritual person who believed in peace not war Gandhi is better known as Mahatma that means great soul Gandhi was a teacher and he taught people to master fear He believed in non-violence and taught that to be truly non-violent required great courage Gandhi was a spiritual man who believed in peace and did not want any fighting in the world He wanted everyone to live together and to get a long pretty much he wanted world peace He helped free India from British control by unique method of non-violent resistance In 1947 India was granted freedom but the partition brought India into the two nations of India and Pakistan Gandhi was grieved He also was saddened by a riot that followed which was between the two religious groups the Hindus and Muslims For all that he has done for his country he was repaid by violence At the time that he was living there was a lot of rebellion going one could say that it was a violent time for Gandhi Gandhi had many beliefs and he was known through out the world for his great beliefs He believed that truth could be known only through tolerance and concern for others and that finding a truthful way to solutions required constant testing so he was always doing good deeds for the people Gandhi developed a method of direct social action based upon principles of courage non-violence and truth which he called Satyagraha Satyagraha was used to fight for Indias independence and to bring about social change He lived a simple life compare to how people are living new with cell phones and televisions Of course there was not any of those thing when he was a live but still he did not want to live
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