Gandhi

Gandhi

In today?s society, violence is a common resolution to conflicts between individuals and the super powers of the world like, America and Afghanistan. Gandhi, a popular philosopher on the ideals of non-violence, could and should be used in society today so all would benefit. Gandhi?s principles of non-violence, if applied to the lives of more people would create a peaceful, more equal and safe society for everyone. They would insure that violence would not be the common resolution. A rational and non-violent way is possible, if it were to be more rigorously applied.

Gandhi?s ideals of non-violence should and must be applied in today?s world, if society desires to be a happy, peaceful environment. Non-violent means of resolution is rational and possible. People must see that violence is not the key and it solves virtually nothing. Violence, as a resolution, only brings out hatred and resentment between the conflicting parties, even after conflicts have ended. When Osama Bin Laden commanded the planes to crash into the World Trade Centre to prove his point that America must stop Americanizing other countries, nothing was accomplished. The action only brought more violence and the destruction

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