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The greatest fact in the story of man on Earth is not his material achievements, the empires he has built and broken, but the growth of his soul from age to ·age in its search for truth and goodness. Those, who take part in this adventure of the soul, secure an enduring place in the history of human culture. Time has discredited heroes as easily as it has forgotten everyone else; but the saints remain. The greatness of Gandhi is more in his holy living than in his heroic struggles, in his insistence on the creative power of the soul and its life-giving quality at a time, when the destructive forces seem to be in the ascendant. Gandhi is known to the world as the one man more than any other, who is mainly responsible for the mighty upheaval of the Indian nation, which has shaken and loosened its chains. Politicians are not generally reputed to take religion seriously, for the values, to which they are committed, such as the political control of one people by another, the economic exploitation of the poorer and weaker human beings, are so clearly inconsistent with the values of religion that the latter could not be taken too seriously or interpreted too accurately. But for Gandhi, all life is of one piece. ‘‘To see the universal and all-pervading Spirit of Truth face to face one must be able to love the meanest of creation as oneself. And a man, who aspires after that cannot afford to keep out of any field of life.’’(259 words)
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