Less known quotes by Mahatma Gandhi that are still relevant today
The greatest menace to the world today is the growing, exploiting, irresponsible imperialism.
Mahatma Gandhi left a lot behind for us to ponder. His work and life is another aspect that inspires us to follow the path of experiment and truth. Here we have collected lesser heard/known thoughts by Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary.
1. I have nothing new to teach the world. Truth and non-violence are as old as the hills. (Harijan, 28-01-1926, p.49)
2. Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. (Mahatma, Vol.2, P.5)
3. The greatest menace to the world today is the growing, exploiting, irresponsible imperialism. (CWMG, Vol.XXV, P.19)
4. Evolution of democracy is not possible if we are not prepared to hear the other side. (The Mind of Mahatma Gandhi, P.342)
5. God created man to work for his food, and said that those who are without work were thieves. (Mahatma, Vol.2, P.63)
6. Religions are different roads converging to the same point. (CWMG, Vol.X, P.29)
7. Truth is superior to man's wisdom. (Mahatma, Vol.2, P.143)
8. To lose patience is to lose the battle. (Mahatma, Vol.2, P.180)
9. Prayer is a confession of one's unworthiness and weakness. (Truth is God, P. 56)
10. Non violence should never be used as a shield for cowardice. It is a weapon of the brave. (Mahatma, Vol.7, P.30)
11. True suffering does not know itself and never calculates. (The Mind of Mahatma Gandhi, P. 170)