Arun Gandhi

 
Profession : Activist
Nationality : American
Birth : 14th April, 1934
Death :
About : Arun Manilal Gandhi is the fifth grandson of Mohandas Gandhi through his second son Manilal. Following the footsteps of his grandfather, he is also a socio-political activist, although he eschews the ascetic lifestyle of his grandfather. Gandhi has worked closely with Christian priests and his philosophies are strongly influenced by Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and Christian concepts. Like his grandfather, he also believes in the concept of 'non-violence'. In 2003 he was one of the signatories to Humanism and Its Aspirations. In 1987, Arun Gandhi moved to the United States along with his wife, Sunanda, to work on a study at the University of Mississippi. In fall of 2007, Gandhi co-taught a course entitled "Gandhi on Personal Leadership and Nonviolence" at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland.

Arun Gandhi Quotes

“There is a big difference between throwing a pebble in a pond and throwing a big rock. The pebble causes gentle ripples that go a long way. The rock makes a big splash that quickly disappears.”
Topics : Motivational
Anger is not necessarily linked to violence. “The only bad thing is how we abuse anger. Anger drives us like fuel does a car. In Hindu tradition, they say that in every one of us there are two tigers, one representing evil and one representing good. They are constantly at war with one another. And one grandson asked his grandfather, ‘Which one wins the war?’ The grandfather said, ‘The one you feed.’”
Tags : Violence Topics : Anger
Does our ignorance mean there is nothing human beings can do to stop the abuse of anger? I believe we have the commonsense and the capacity to learn and improve our nature.
Topics : Humanity
My Work is the same everywhere in the World: Spreading understanding, love and respect and to help people understand that they have their fate in their own hands.
Tags : People Topics : Life , Love , Work
We want to create world peace. But peace is not merely the absence of war. There is so much internal strife and that prejudice feeds into the national aspect. We have to change ourselves if we want to change the world.
Tags : Peace , World Topics : Uncategorized

Quote Of the Day

Anger and hatred lead to fear; compassion and concern for others allow us to develop self-confidence, which breeds trust and friendship.

Dalai Lama