Gandhi Before IndiaBook - 2014 | First United States edition.
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"For Gandhi, those who wrote history were preoccupied with wars and bloodshed. Thus, if two brothers quarrelled, their neighbours and the newspapers, and hence history, would take notice of it; but if they peaceably settled their dispute, it would remain unrecorded. ... Gandhi said, in a striking passage, that 'hundreds of nations live in peace. History does not, and cannot, take note of this fact. History is really a record of every interruption of the even working of love or of the soul.' ... non-violence ha[s] been a far more active force in human affairs than violence. The 'greatest ... evidence of the success of this force is ... the fact that, in spite of the wars of the world, it still lives on'." (p. 368)
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