Legacy of Love My Education in the Path of Nonviolence Called a messenger of peace Arun Gandhi Mahatma Gandhis grandson has dedicated his life to spreading his grandfathers teachings around the globe This compelling memoir begins in the heart of aparthei

  • Title: Legacy of Love: My Education in the Path of Nonviolence
  • Author: Arun Gandhi
  • ISBN: 9780972520041
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Called a messenger of peace, Arun Gandhi Mahatma Gandhis grandson has dedicated his life to spreading his grandfathers teachings around the globe This compelling memoir begins in the heart of apartheid South Africa where the author lived under conditions of zealous racism until he was 12 years old Following are the two pivotal years he spent with his grandfather inCalled a messenger of peace, Arun Gandhi Mahatma Gandhis grandson has dedicated his life to spreading his grandfathers teachings around the globe This compelling memoir begins in the heart of apartheid South Africa where the author lived under conditions of zealous racism until he was 12 years old Following are the two pivotal years he spent with his grandfather in India, learning the lessons that would undo his anger and cultivate a profound activism His account also describes living with his parents in religious and socially activist communities in South Africa and India This book presents the practical wisdom the author learned from his grandfather revolving around family, men and women, simplicity, religious unity, humility, truth, and nonviolence.

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    1. "'Change is possible if we have the desire and the commitment to make it happen.'""We are surrounded by many things that were once considered to be impossible, things that we now take for granted. These things have become part of our lives because someone refused to accept the common wisdom. If this is possible in the material and technological sense, it is equally possible in the moral sense Beginning with ourselves, we must cause positive change to radiate out into the world. We need a change [...]

    2. I got this book from a used book store. It had obviously never been read. This gave me doubts, but I'm interested in Ghandi, so I purchased it. It is written by Gandhi's grandson Arun, who is continuing his grandfather's goal of pursuing non-violence as an answer to this messy world we find ourselves in. And, as taught by Mahatma Ghandi, non-violence encompasses much more than not being physically abusive. It is an attitude that must be practiced and practiced and practiced until it becomes part [...]

    3. Arun Gandhi is a grandson of the late civil rights leader Mohandas Gandhi. He grew up in both South Africa and India, Legacy of Love recollects Arun's life with his grandfather and learning from both his teachings and simply living with him. They contain stories of how young Arun came to learn what nonviolence really means, and how to practice it, along with how to contain your anger and control it, turning it into nonviolent actions.One day when Arun is little he steals a box of chocolates his [...]

    4. This book took forever to get going oneven though it is quite short. Arun Ghandi is Mahatma Ghanhi's grandson, and it talks about his teachings and how they affected the life of his family. I always understood the part about physical violence, but this talked alot about the role that passive violence plays in our lives. It was interesting. Still don't think i could have a remotely intelligent conversation on the subject, but it was a start in my understanding.

    5. I loved this book, I must agree there was some values to take from this book. I like the end of the book the most, maybe because it provided more insight to me. Also it explains Ghandi and nonviolence in a narrative form and it gave more of a realistic view since the author is kin to Ghandi, it made it all the better. Short read, but took me a minute to read because I wanted to analyze and reflect on the important points featured in the book.

    6. My grandma arranged for this Arun Gandhi (Gandhi's nephew) to give a speech, which is how I cam in contact with his book, which I otherwise probably wouldn't ahve ever heard of. i really liked it and found it a great companion to Gandhi's ideas and would recommend it to anyone interested in religion, non violence, or Martin Luther King

    7. I learned more about Ghandhi. I have even more respect, especially for him as a family man and a grandfather.

    8. don't whip yr kids. be nice instead. really though, the last chapter, "The Spinning Wheel" was probably the most insightful part of the book.

    9. This was written by Gandhi's grandson. It was a beautiful telling of his life and lessons from one of the worlds greatest teachers of peace.

    10. This was a totally mind-expanding book for me. I read (and was really frustrated with)Gandhi's autobiography, but this was such a better narrative of his life and distillation of his principles. I have never written down more quotes from a book.Arun Gandhi assumes readers will have a decent background knowledge of Gandhi and his work in India and South Africa, so knowing some context will definitely be helpful.

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