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Transcript of Gandhi Freedom
Creating peace and a non-violent enviornment
Creating an economic system containing the welfare of all people
Equal Respect for all religions
India's Political freedom
By Mahnoor & Shiza
Why Gandhi Inspires me?
Mohandas Gandhi inspires me because he had the courage and dedication to stand up for what he knew was right. Knowing very well what would happen to him Gandhi still fought against the British rulers for what he thought was his right. Gandhi also inspires me because he led an entire nation to victory not my using evil or power, but instead peace and motivation. He also inspires me because he has proved to people that there is more than one way to approch problems. Gandhi solved his problems non-violently. He has inspired us by standing up for his believes and changing the world for better!
Quotes On Freedom
-I want freedom for the full expression of my personality
-Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to be happy
-You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body but you will never imprison my mind.
-Full name: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
-Date of birth:2 October 1869
-Goal: To free India from the British rule, and to make India a free and independant nation.
Point Of View / perspective
Gandhi wanted all of the people in India to be free from the iron grip of the British rulers. He didn't want Indians to be treated like second-class citizens in their own country. He wanted total freedom to be who he truly was. However, he wanted to express his message based on peaceful motivation.
In conclusion, Mahatma gandhi proved to us all that one person can make a huge difference. he made the difference he wanted to see in the world. Gandhi granted freedom to the people of india using just his voice.
How gandhi built his perspective
Ghandi built his perspective based on the things happening around him. When the British came to India and took over he realized what was happening was wrong. That is when Gandhi built his perspective on freedom. He wanted freedom for the people of India.