All men are brothers : autobiographical reflections by Mohandas K. Gandhi

By Mohandas K. Gandhi

This publication brings jointly a few of Gandhi's most vital writings in one quantity. in addition to Gandhi's inspiring articulation of his philosophy of non-violent resistance and his suggestions on faith and theology, the publication contains reflections on themes starting from politics, schooling, women's rights and know-how, in addition to meditations on his personal life.--

summary: This e-book brings jointly a few of Gandhi's most vital writings in one quantity. in addition to Gandhi's inspiring articulation of his philosophy of non-violent resistance and his suggestions on faith and theology, the publication contains reflections on subject matters starting from politics, schooling, women's rights and know-how, in addition to meditations on his personal existence

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Those who looked at me did so with a certain amount of curiosity. My dress marked me out from other Indians. I had a frockcoat and a turban. 52 An Autobiography On the second or third day of my arrival, he took me to see the Durban court. There he introduced me to several people and seated me next to his attorney. The magistrate kept staring at me and finally asked me to take off my turban. This I refused to do and left the court. 53 An Autobiography On the seventh or eighth day after my arrival, I left Durban (for Pretoria).

I strongly contested the position in my speech and awakened the merchants to a sense of their duty, which was twofold. Their responsibility to be truthful was all the greater in a foreign land, because the conduct of a few Indians was the measure of that of the millions of their fellow-countrymen. 56 An Autobiography The consequences of the regulation regarding the use of footpaths were rather serious for me. I always went out for a walk through President Street to an open plain. President Kruger’s house was in this street—a very modest, unostentatious building, without a garden and not distinguishable from other houses in its neighbourhood.

A passenger came in at about midnight and possibly wanted to talk to me. But I was in no mood to talk. I began to think of my duty. Should I fight for my rights or go back to India, or should I go on to Pretoria without minding the insults, and return to India after finishing the case? It would be cowardice to run back to India without fulfilling my obligation. The hardship to which I was subjected was superficial—only a symptom of the deep disease of colour prejudice. I should try, if possible, to root out the disease and suffer hardships in the process.

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