Some similarities between them were persuasive leaders, had a crucial effect on society, and they both achieved more than expected to. Some differences between Kamehameha and Gandhi is how Kamehameha was a more fighting leader while Gandhi was deeply committed to achieving his goal in a non-violent way, another difference is their effect on society, and where and who they affected because of their actions. Both of them changed and kept things the same after they became a leader, some of the things Kamehameha kept the same was the Ahu’pua’a and he kept the kapu system, some things he changed was putting in the Law of the Splintered Paddle to the kapu system and controlling the royale monopoly. Some things Gandhi kept the same was sticking to non-violence actions and he kept some of the customs, some things he changed was helping India be independent and kept their
Mentioning Gandhi, and stating his thought son the best ways peacefully cause change. This is showing the audience that Chavez realizes that these men have proved their methods the best, and he doesn't want to change them just try to use them for the benefit of the people. “ The boycott, as Gandhi taught, is the most nearly perfect instrument of nonviolent change, allowing masses of people to participate actively in a cause”. This quote really does work so well because of the organization that is used by Chavez to convey Gandhi’s message. If Chavez had not eased this very power quotes into is writing, they would not have been hear the same way.
Gandhi people manage their anger and have peace against the British. He did this by creating a philosophy and encouraging people to follow that philosophy. Gandhi also used peace instead of violence against the British. Gandhi did this because he believed that he can achieve peace among everybody. Gandhi’s philosophy didn't work on everyone.
He believed everyone could live peacefully. This resulted in a community truce. But after Gandhi pasted, the truce broke and changed to India and Pakistan. “Great Soul” is a celebratory name everyone should want. Mahatma means “Great Soul” and that’s why Gandhi earned that name.
Thoreau, Gandhi, and Mandela influenced equality in culture, social, and political. They wanted to be respected, fight oppression with passive resistance, and free their country from that oppression. Henry David Thoreau, introduced an idea of man as an individual, rather than a subject. Thoreau was a person that believed in civil disobedience and in justice. According to some investigation I made it indicated that Thoreau-inspired leaders for generations.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation was established, the focus was to build schools, HIV/Aids research and even peace and reconciliation interventions. (Nelson Mandela Foundation, n.d.) He also understood the importance of how children will be affected by society, thus, he started the Nelson Mandela’s Children Fund. The Fund’s mission was to “To give voice and dignity to the African child by building a rights-based movement” (Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund, n.d.). Although he was no longer the President, he did not stop his efforts. Instead, he continued to help his people and contribute to the society.
How Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Shaped History and how History Shaped him? Introduction Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was an influencial person on history, who contributed a lot for seeking the independence of India from the British through advocating his beliefs, which are “non-violence brings about change”, “Hindu-Muslim “unity in diversity”” and basic goodness of humanity. Gandhi’s effort not only helped bringing rural peasants in India to participate in political issues, fighting for the rights of the Indian workers in South Africa, but also helped the development of civil protests by promoting his non-violent means of movements. In this essay, the mutual influence between history and Gandhi is discussed. It is a fact that Gandhi had shaped the history greatly, but what made Gandhi
One of the key leaders of the INC was a man named Gopal Krishna Gokhale, known for his restraint and moderation. This method of retaliation inspired Gandhi to use it but, importantly, manipulate the process to make it look solely Indian. The British authorities ordered a search of Gandhi because they needed to acknowledge the threat he posed to British rule. Gandhi was, however, deemed a harmless, peculiar man who posed no threat. Gandhi then began a Satyagraha campaign which aimed to help poor Indians in Bilar.
Mahatma Gandhi Non Violent Protester Peaceful, non violent, and brave can describe Mahatma Gandhi. Many people know Gandhi as a protester against the English, but he was so much more. As a well known non violent protester, Mahatma Gandhi inspired African Americans that they should fight for equal rights. Gandhi helped the world by showing people that they can change the way that they are treated without violence like they used to. He left behind a lasting legacy of helping people fight for their freedom and equality.
Gandhi originally went to Africa on business with his job as a lawyer, but instead Gandhi had found his calling both spiritually and politically. This led to many acts of non-violence and civil disobedience and ultimately India’s Independence Movement in 1947. Gandhi implementation of civil disobedience was heavily influenced by Henry David Thoreau’s essay, Civil Disobedience which depicts Thoreau’s resistance towards the government. Gandhi’s system of non-violence and peace was called the Satyagraha, which translates in English to the “truth force”. Gandhi thought of this as “living a life of love and compassion”.