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Gandhi 

  There is no particular reason for this page to be here except that when I look at the picture of Gandhi I am filled with joy and a feeling of serenity surrounds me.

Sometimes when my heart aches because of the injustice that I witness in the world, when I lose my faith in humanity, feel lonely, battered and betrayed by my fellow humans for what they do to their fellow humans I look at Gandhi's face and I regain my faith. I know good exists. And I know that eventually good will prevail. 

One day sun will shine, love will reign and there won't be any more injustice. 

One day no one will shed tears for the loss of a loved one whose life was cut short because someone thought that his or her religion was not right.

One day no one will be humiliated or discriminated for having the wrong color of skin, wrong caste or wrong gender. 

One day no woman will be beaten, stoned, raped or killed to save someone's honor.  

One day no one will be cruel to others, cheat them, hurt them or oppress them.

One day we will all feel the pain of each other as if we were members of one body.      

Even though this may never happen, I want to believe that it will.   

Even though it appears that injustice is the foundation of this universe, I want to believe that justice is.

Even though this may be a lie, I want to believe in this sweet little lie.  

 

Ali Sina  

Mahatma Gandhi contemplating

"When in despair I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won; there have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall." - Mahatma Gandhi

"There are times when you have to obey a call which is the highest of all, i.e. he voice of conscience even though such obedience may cost many a bitter ear, and even more, separation from friends, from family, from the state o which you may belong, from all that you have held as dear as life itself. For this obedience is the law of our being." -Gandhi

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