I chose Mohandas Gandhi because I believe he had good morals like not encouraging violence and not having desires to be rich. Gandhi was born in December 2, 1869 and was born in Porbandar, India. When Gandhi was a child he was a medium size and shy. He even ran away from school to avoid communicating with other kids. When he turned 13 he married Kasturba Gandhi in May 1883.Kasturba and Mohandas had 4 children: Harilal, Manilal, Ramdas, and Devdas Gandhi.
Mohandas Gandhi never believed in violence, he believed that An eye for an eye leaves the world blind.(Gandhi) He also believed that all men are equal and everyone should be nice to each other. When Gandhi protested against British rule, he protested without violence. Gandhi also protested with people who were trained to resist the temptation of fighting back. Some of the ways that Gandhi protested was boycotting British fabrics and food. Most of these methods were efficient.
Mohandas Gandhi had a lot of good quotes like, Hate the sin, love the sinner.(Gandhi), and A man is a product of his thoughts, what he thinks he becomes.(Gandhi). Gandhi lived a simple life, he was vegetarian, meditated, and had no materialistic desires. At one point in his life Gandhi got on a train in first class, but a white person tried to kick him out. Gandhi refused until they forcibly kicked him out. This was the very first event that raised attention towards Gandhi. Even though Gandhi was a good man when he was older, this was not exactly true when he was a child. When Gandhi was in school he ran away so that he did not have to socialize with other children. He also rebelled by eating meat, and smoking, and stealing change from other people.
Gandhi started a protest in India called the Salt March. Gandhi made salt by evaporating sea water, which was illegal in that area, and he got caught and arrested later. A few years later he moved to London and he studied the world religions. When he moved to London he got put in Time magazine but never received the Nobel Peace prize. Unfortunately Gandhi met his end in 1948 when one of his fans decided to shoot him with a silenced pistol. Statues have been put up all over the world in honor of Gandhi.
These are a few good reasons that I believe that Gandhi had good morals and was a good person. He never believed in violence, he went from a bad child to a good man, and he stood up for what he believed in.
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