The symbol of humane battle...

@ellavila (149)
July 19, 2008 12:40am CST
Gandhi, from a conservative family, a lawyer studied from the University of London and admitted to the British Bar chose to return to India and tried to practice his profession in Bombay. However not all of his avocacies was a success, he still continues to pursue his principles. He even joined the lower crowd for him to help the unfortunate people to recieve justice from those who took advantage of their freedom. It was tough maybe that from a well-off family, he will live the same as the poor people do, he tried to fight for freedom in his most humane way and although his life was the paymant for all of this, he have proved that not all fightings should start with a bloody battle.
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@besthope44 (12145)
• India
1 May 10
He is a symbol of human rights and moral characters. Being a man like him is not so easy, but trying to follow his principles are so nice. Undoubtedly he is symbol of humane battle with his weapon of truth and nonviolence