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The Role of Truth in Satyagraha Gandhi developed a method of direct social action based upon principles of courage nonviolence and truth This policy of nonviolent resistance and the search for this truth is called satyagraha Truth is soul or spirit it is a major component in satyagraha Without truth the entire method of satyagraha will fall apart and therefore become ineffective Where there is no truth there can be no true knowledge and where there is true knowledge there is always happiness Devotion to truth is the sole justification for our existence It should be the very breath of our life Without it it would be impossible to observe any principles or rules in life We as people have some form of truth within ourselves and our lives This truth is known as relative truth which all people posses Absolute truth is another kind of truth which no one but God has Gandhi was very angry with the issues on racial discrimination and he was a victim of this abuse These issues led to the origin of satyagraha and he enforced it strongly Gandhi felt that victory was impossible until we are able to keep our temper under a serious incentive Gandhi promoted many civil disobedience campaigns He believed satyagraha required great self-discipline self-suffering and self-sacrifice Self-sacrifice was superior to the sacrifice of others Vows are great examples of this sacrifice It is not a sign of weakness but of strength or courage because of the great suffering it dealt with Gandhi said that the past is a record of wars but in spite of all the wars the world still lives on The fact that there are many men still alive in the world shows that the world is not based on the forms of arms but on the forms of truth and love Gandhi saw that truth and love were dealt with as equals they were both considered the same thing Engaging
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