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Hinduism

  • Date Submitted: 03/01/2014 02:02 PM
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Change In The World
          Hinduism is a very complex religion to learn and study. Even though they’re many mistaking philosophies and branches all over the world, there are many more things to change to make countries a better place. Throughout the universe there are many more things to discover, but the one thing that holds us from discovering it, is us. Mahatma Gandhi once said “A man is but the product of his thoughts what, he thinks he becomes”. From my belief Mahatma Gandhi is trying to tell us that if a man thinks in a negative way, he will end up as a negative person with negative thoughts, actions and beliefs. But doing the opposite is, if a man thinks in a positive way he will end up as a positive man, which then he/she will become successful in the near future. He also meant that you have the power to control who you are and what you want to do. After a while thinking of what this quote really meant and what message it was trying to send, I decided to relate Indira Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and Jawaharlal Nehruas as my three individuals and how they relate to Mahatma Gandhi greatest quote “A man is but the product of his thoughts what, he thinks he becomes”.
          Mother Teresa is an extraordinary person that helped and saved many people. For 45 years, she was looking after the poor, sick, orphaned and dying, it was a depressing job the way I see it. But what started everything is that she said, she have received a message from God ordering her to leave the convent and to give her life to the poor. Mother Teresa is a great example for Mahatma Gandhi, quote “A man is but the product of his thoughts what, he thinks he becomes” because she had her mind to what she wanted to accomplish and she devoted herself to work with the poorest of the poor in the slums of Calcutta, India. What made her the way I thought she connected though Mahatma Gandhi quote was that she also decided to established a mission in India which administered to help to the poor,...

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