The importance of prayer

Gandhi: “My Life is My Message”

Gandhi was a philosopher but he is not acknowledged as one. He was indeed a Sufi and a Yogi, a liberator and a martyr for whom India was the karma bhoomi. He believed in prayer and service, resistance and struggle. He defined the nature of freedom and slavery, truth and falsity. In identifying the contours of nationalism and internationalism, Gandhi became a messiah for the modern world. Here is how he exemplifies his thoughts:

1.The importance of prayer

 

The importance of prayer “Prayer is the key of the morning and the bolt of the evening”

 

2.Better practice than preach

Better practice than preach “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”.

3.How far can hatred travel!

How far can hatred travel!

4.Un-truth is only a shadow

5. …because life and death are relative

...because life and death are relative

Truly, his life was a message, as he once said: “my life is my message”.