Mahatma Gandhi Rhetorical Analysis

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Ethnical Lens As I consider my options of ethical leaders, I could use, Martin Luther King was the first person to cross my mind. MLK used Gandhi ideology of peace and not violence as a way to bring change. Mahatma Gandhi is a universal symbol that lived an ethical and moral life. He modeled his life on two primary principle truth and nonviolence. His fight was against racial discrimination, unfair rule, economic and social oppression in India. Gandhi invaded the hearts and minds of many people to bring forth a principle of nonviolence to replace the thoughts of violence to counter any injustice. Gandhi had many ethnical traits. For example charisma was a trait that Gandhi exemplified daily. He was charismatic; a ray of light that attracted…show more content…
Through my lens I look at an individual as a person. Guided by my instincts and my desire to seek knowledge I walk a path of a hero. I will continue to put all my energy into breaking down barriers, uniting people together and hoping to find the good life. I was taught that your situations would never define you, but your decision will. My preferred lens describes me completely; I use my experience in life to make decision even those things that I know are unethical. I am risky and make calculated decisions when I feel it is necessary. I do not consider the group as a whole but as individuals who are coming from different walks of life. Autonomy is how you approach the situation, when making decisions that will affect other individuals. My preferred lens does not change based on my location, situation, or attitude. The situation can not define you; the moment cannot be too big, I lead and I cannot follow. To be true to yourself, you have to know yourself and I truly believe I know who I am. The final analysis was able to bring to light that I will always try to help push other to strive for greatness no matter the situation, setting or
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