Gandhi Quotes

Gandhi Quote: We must be the change we wish to see in the world.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4
We must be the change we wish to see in the world.
Gandhi (Quoted in the L. A. Times, 1989)
There is one thing in me, and that is that I love to see the bright side of things and not the seamy side.
Gandhi
The moment there is suspicion about a person's motives, everything he does becomes tainted.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1930)
We are all labourers. In honest labour lies our salvation and the satisfaction of all vital needs.
Gandhi (Harijan, 1948)
The straight path is as difficult as it is simple. Were it not so, all would follow the straight path.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1944)
Even a little untruth ruins a man, as a drop of poison ruins milk.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1944)
Give all, gain all.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1946)
He who has neither peace nor strength of mind, how can he have knowledge?
Gandhi
It is my firm conviction that all good action is bound to bear fruit in the end.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1927)
Violence dies when it ceases to evoke response from its object.
Gandhi
That man alone is truly virtuous who follows right because "right is right".
Gandhi
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
Gandhi
Outer peace is useless without inner peace.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1946)
Deeds like seeds take their own time to fructify.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1946)
All true change comes from within. Any change brought about by pressure, is worthless.
Gandhi (Harijan, 1936)
A man of the world can as little comprehend the universe, as a fish living in the ocean can fathom its depths.
Gandhi
When a man's mind is filled with the Light of Heaven, all obstacles in his path fade away.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1946)
I’m a lover of my own liberty, and so I would do nothing to restrict yours.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1927)
Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which he works for the welfare of his fellow-man.
Gandhi
Selfishness is blind.
Gandhi (The Story of My Experiments with Truth, 1929)
The only tyrant I accept in this world is the still voice within.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1926)
A wise parent allows the children to make mistakes. It is good for them once in a while to burn their fingers.
Gandhi
Confine your energy to work that comes your way, never seek fresh fields of activity.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1926)
There is a time for everything, and an opportunity, once missed, never returns.
Gandhi (Harijan, 1948)
A right cause never fails, a true word never hurts in the end.
Gandhi
It is possible to endure a diseased body, but not a diseased mind.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1945)
He is a man who is the ruler over his body.
Gandhi
Why should I depend upon anyone for my own affairs.
Gandhi (Bapu-Ke-Ashirvad, 1946)
Truthful dealing even in the least little things of life, is the only secret of pure life.
Gandhi (Quoted in the Young India, 1925)
A weak man is just by accident. A strong but non-violent man is unjust by accident.
Gandhi (Non-Violence in Peace and War, 1942)
1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Gandhi Biography

Born: October 2, 1869
Died: January 30, 1948

Mohandas Gandhi was a leader in India during the Indian independence movement. He is best known for his philosophy "Satyagraha" and his lifelong advocacy for peace and nonviolence.

Notable Works

Indian Home Rule (1909)
The Story of My Experiments with Truth (1929)
Non-Violence in Peace and War (1942)
Signature