Gandhi Quotes

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever- Gandhi”
This statement shows that life shouldn’t be taken for granted, you shall treat every day as a blessing while taking as much as you can from each and every moment. Gaining knowledge before acting was a crucial part of his success. It played a crucial role in showing the British how serious and pre-meditated his acts were and eventually put them in a very tough position.
“In my humble opinion, non-cooperation with evil is as much of a duty as is cooperating with good”.
This approach seems very possible and logical yet it doesn’t happen very often. This quote would be useful in modern world because it has great relevance and would bring more peace to the world if people educated themselves on current world issues/ government issues. They wouldn’t be for war if they had been exposed to a list of various ways of overcoming problems. Although the ways are equally effective as Gandhi has shown.
As the world is on the verge of a terrible environmental depletion we find ourselves rushing to do our part to help out, whether it is by recycling more or just not buying environmentally hazardous products. But there are those individuals who just take everything for granted and think that nothing that they do in this world as one will change any bit of the world. Well there is more than just one or even ten million of those people. These people make the world what it is today- poverty, war, sickness, preventable things that aren’t looked at on a major scale and assessed fully. As Gandhi once said:
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world”.
Gandhi is 100% right with what he has said, we all are a part of this world and need to keep our end up to make things work. If not, then we our doomed with rapid loss of the natural resources.
By Jordan Pole