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    Statement at London
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    Statement at Paris
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    Speech at Paris
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    Farewell from Paris
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    Farewell from France
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    Speech at Geneva
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    Statement at Geneva
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    Statement at Rome
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    Speech at Inter-Asian Relations Conference, New Delhi

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GandhiServe, a charitable foundation registered in Germany, aims to spread the ethics of nonviolence by disseminating information about and popularizing Mahatma Gandhi’s life and works.
GandhiServe Foundation hopes to help alleviate conflicts and inspire others through making available media and resources on Gandhi’s life and thoughts.
We believe firmly that Gandhi's message of truth, love and nonviolence is still relevant today. Or even more relevant than ever before, considering the ecological catastrophy we're facing, and the increase of different forms of violence in both personal and public life. The ethics of nonviolence, as practised and cultivated by Mahatma Gandhi, live on, regardless of national or political boundaries.

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When Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948, he was already a legend. He was born as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1869 in Gujarat/India. He showed the world that social and political changes can be achieved not only through violence and terror, but also through love and compassion.
The tradition of nonviolence (ahimsa) plays an important role in the Indian culture - and its religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Tolerance for other religions, and a vegetarian diet forms an integral part of their lives. Therefore, Gandhi’s love of truth and his commitment to nonviolence are expressions of ancient traditions on the Indian sub-continent. Predominantly, Gandhi tried to realize and eradicate his own shortcomings on his path to self-transformation. He tried to meet all living beings and creations of nature with great respect and humility. He argued and fought for his convictions and aims using nonviolent means, and was always ready to compromise. Gandhi lead India from colonial dependency into political independence. He not only achieved political rights for his countrymen, but fought also for social and economic equality.

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At 11:07pm on October 14, 2009, Yaron Fishman said…
At 8:01am on May 3, 2009, Rev. James L. Mengel said…
One of Gandhi's physicians, Sushila Nayar, spoke at my (Albright) college, Reading, PA, USA, in the summer of c1949. She was very inspirational and influenced my life--for peace. Thanks for this website! --Rev. James L. Mengel
At 3:30pm on January 9, 2009, Ixmur said…
Dear Peter, now my prologue is translated in english. I hope you'll read it.
I love peace, and Gandhi is a mentor for me.
Thank you for being my friend
At 8:59am on December 22, 2008, Carlos Jones said…
Thank you so much for linking up. Let there be peace on Earth - and let it begin with me...
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At 2:00pm on December 21, 2008, Belle said…
For several years now I have been trying to live my life with love - love for each person. I have come to the conclusion that disliking, or hating, those who hate others is bigotry and makes me no different than those who act without thought. Therefore, I do try to live my life the way I want the world to be. Gandhi is my mentor. Thank you for finding me!
At 2:36am on December 21, 2008, Jarett said…
Hi! Thanks for the friend invite. I love that when Gandhi spoke of non-violence, he wasn't just speaking of physical violence, but also of verbal violence, and inner emotional/mental violence, towards others, and oneself. I don't think the average person understands that when they hear of "non-violence".

"I came to the conclusion long ago … that all religions were true and also that all had some error in them, and whilst I hold by my own, I should hold others as dear as Hinduism. So we can only pray, if we are Hindus, not that a Christian should become a Hindu … But our innermost prayer should be a Hindu should be a better Hindu, a Muslim a better Muslim, a Christian a better Christian." - Gandhi

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At 9:23am on December 20, 2008, MiraCulous said…
Thank you for being here! Gandhi has been coming up ALOT lately. I was scheduled to be born on Lennon's birthday, but I came early and was born on Gandhi's <3


.... this rings especially true for me, I owe it to him, for being so blessed to share that day. He is such an inspiration, it's amazing how you can love someone so much and have never even met them. May his message and all of the other brave souls of Peace that have left this realm, LIVE on through US! <333


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