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|"Death should cause no fear in us, if we have lived in the fear of God and have |
done nothing in violation of the voice of our ... 25 We can certainly agree with
Gandhi that fearlessness goes beyond death. ... Cowards can never be moral.
|He holds that "all religions are founded on the same moral laws. ... be tolerated "|
for every man must get to heaven in his own way", "Religion", he says, "does not
teach us to bear ill-will towards one another. ... Cowards can never be moral.
|Lenin “Cowards can never be moral.” — Mahatma Gandhi George Orwell once |
said, “In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Consider this
book a revolutionary act. After all, in this world, at this time, it's not those who
|Cowards can never be moral. Where thereis fearthereis no religion. Every |
readeroftheGitais aware that fearlessness beads thelist of, the Divine Attributes
enumerated in the 16thChapter. Whether this ismerely due tothe exigencies of
|Gandhi, Mahatma The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its |
animals are treated. - Gandhi, Mahatma Fear has its use but cowardice has none.
- Gandhi, Mahatma Cowards can never be moral. - Gandhi, Mahatma Culture of
|Cowards can never be moral.”3 The art of forging popular movements based on |
inveterate opposition to injustice, while always demanding the highest moral
standards both of the individual and of the collective, is Gandhi's enduring ...
|Cowards can never be moral. 108 Young India, October 13, 1921 Man should |
earnestly desire the well-being of all God's creation and pray that he might have
the strength to do so. In desiring the well-being of all lies his own welfare; he who
|—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882) He that is of the opinion money will do |
everything may well be suspected of doing everything for money. —Benjamin
Franklin ... —Mark Twain (1835–1910) Cowards can never be moral. —Mahatma
|Harsh words, harsh judgment, ill will, anger, spite and lust of cruelty ... the slow |
torture of men and animals, the ... Cowards can never be moral'.14 Gandhiji
believes that God has many names and He is 104 Humanity, Truth and Freedom.