By Krishna Gandhi; Kripalani
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Not violence, not untruth but non-violence,Truth is the law of our being. 1r8 I a m conscious of m y own limitations. That consciousness is m y only strength. Whatever I might have been able to do in my life has proceeded more than anything else out of the realization of m y own limitations. r19 I a m used to misrepresentation all my life. It is the lot of every public worker. He has to have a tough hide. It is a rule of life with m e never to explain misrepresentations except when the cause required correction.
Language at best is but a poor vehicle for expressing one’s thoughts in full. For m e non-violenceis not a mere philosophical principle. It is the rule and the breath of my life. It is a matter not of the intellect but of the heart. True guidance comes by constant waiting upon God,by utmost humility, self-abnegation,by being ever ready to sacrifice one’s self. Its practice requires fearlessness and courage of the highest order. I a m painfully aware of my failings. But the Light within m e is steady and clear.
I found that complete control of the palate made the observance very easy, and so I now pursued my dietetic experiments not merely from the vegetapoint of view. ~ I know it is argued that the soul has nothing to do with what one eats or drinks, as the soul neither eats nor drinks; that it is not what you put inside from without, but what you express outwardly from within, that matters. There is no doubt some force in this. But rather than examine this reasoning, I shall content myself with merely declaring m y firm conviction that, for the seeker who would live in fear of God and who would see Him face to face,restraint in diet both as to quantity and quality is as essential as restraint in thought and speech.
All Men Are Brothers by Krishna Gandhi; Kripalani