Herlinda Lopez MGT 5093 As a leader of the people, Gandhi not only guided the masses in India but inspired numerous across the globe. He stood for peace, unity, love, and acceptance, and his attitude towards his enemies was both an enigma and a lesson. But in his role as leader, Gandhi did not advocate a devotion to himself. Rather, he saw himself as inadequate and imperfect. But this self-insight was key in his ability to lead the people of India.
He is one of the most significant leader in the U.S history, he is seen has a hero and a peacemaker all around the world using nonviolent methods as Mahatma Gandhi. Martin Luther King had a lot of leading characteristics. He was brave, carrying and handling difficult situations without the use of violence. He was trustable, reasonable, fare and revolted by the world’s injustices. He wanted an equal world.
The exact definition is “one who neither hates nor desires” gandhi does not hate anyone and this is proven through his love for the british people who still beat and persecute indians. Gandhi was a hindu all the way through death but he still loved the other religions. he was not a radical and he maintains his belief in dharma. he fulfils this dharma and does it with ethical duty. for example, even though the hindu and muslims were fighting when the hindu man comes to gandhi and says
His commitment to his principle “justice” was so strong that he was even willing to be expelled from the university. In the court for trial in 1964, he had no hesitation in saying from the dock: “above all, we want equal political rights, because without them our disabilities will be permanent”. And even when the ANC party gained the authority, and white community contributed a small population of South Africa, he never promulgated any regulation dispossessing their equal rights. Mandela is famous for his dedication towards South Africa and his fight against the Apartheid government and his charity fund. In 1993, he was rewarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
King was invited to lead the body which was coordinating the boycott, the Montgomery Improvement Association, so he was not responsible for creating and starting off this successful campaign, however his alluring personality and leadership skills helped motivate the campaign brilliantly. The success of the boycott and his charismatic approach led to King being brought to national attention for the first time. Many people found inspiration in his philosophy of non-violence and the tactics he used, putting pressure on the government to change the law. This was a clever methodology, as it gained large sympathy
Gandhi used civil disobedience which consisted of the refusal to fight back with any physical violence, for unjust laws. The world was continuously shocked by his great accomplishments using methods such as fasting and non-violence. Due to Gandhi's non-violence and his use of civil disobedience, he was the most influential person that led to the gaining of Indian Independence. Gandhi's life consisted of many important people and countless activities that led to his major success. Mohandas Gandhi otherwise known as Mahatma Gandhi had a wife and four sons that were very important to his accomplishments.
He did not get angry with people who insulted him in the street the man was full of inner peace. Also if someone said that Ghandi was a bad leader, he would not retaliate to them, but instead would just go with what the people thought and just prove them wrong. In source 12 is a letter written by Ghandi in a weekly journal in 1922. It says that `I shall only pray and hope that God will give India sufficient humility and sufficient strength to remain non-violent to the
King always paid tribute to Gandhi as one of the most important sources of his own values, while Gandhi used Thoreau’s thoughts in developing “Satyagraha” which is a term that Gandhi used to describe his policy of nonviolent resistance. Gandhi states, “Shower what suffering you like upon us, we will calmly endure all and not hurt a hair on your body” “We will gladly die and will not so much a touch you.” (“On Civil Disobedience”) Gandhi was very inspired and it taught him not to give up
The phrase, “greatest of all time”, are words rarely spoken but greatly treasured when heard. My hero Muhammad Ali is undoubtedly known as the greatest boxer who ever lived and some argue that he is simply the greatest athlete of all time. A hero is a man or woman noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed. Ali has fulfilled this depiction in its entirety. Muhammad Ali is my hero because of the standard he set as an athlete, the pride he possesses and allocates, and because of the love he incorporates within his approach to life.
He was a religious icon whose work in promoting peace, justice, and brotherhood nearly outshined the excellence of his music. I feel Bob Marley is a great man who was not appreciated enough for all of his work in making the world a better place. Bob Marley had a passion for soccer. On a 1977 tour, Marley played an informal soccer game. During the game Marley injured his foot and the injury showed cancerous cells.