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Kuruvila Pandikattu - 2001 - 297 pages
|25 We can certainly agree with Gandhi that fearlessness goes beyond death. ... "I |
do believe that where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I
would advise violence."27 He goes on ... Cowards can never be moral."31 This ...
Janardan Pandey - 1998 - 172 pages
|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
|—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
|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 ...
Basant Kumar Lal - 1978 - 346 pages
|Gandhi repeatedly asserts that cowards can never be moral. Fearlessness, |
therefore, is the virtue of having moral courage even in face of adversity and
danger. (g) Faith in God — Gandhi believes that none of these virtues can be
|Conversely, a leader can also forever lose respect by failing to behave |
courageously when the situation calls for it. What accounts for this ... But as
Mohandas Gandhi said, cowards can never be moral (P. Anderson, 1992). More
|Fearlessness is the first requisite of spirituality. Cowards can never be moral. |
Where there is fear there is no religion. Every reader of the Gita is aware that
fearlessness heads the list of the Divine Attributes enumerated in the Sixteenth