Quotes By The Wit and Wisdom of Gandhi

“Every home is a university and the parents are the teachers.”

“The truest test of a democracy is in the ability of anyone to act as he likes, so long as he does not injure the life or property of anyone else.”

“Intolerance is a species of violence and therefore against our creed.”

“Religion which takes no account of practical affairs and does not help to solve them is no religion.”

“Disease increases in proportion to the increase in the number of doctors in a place.”

“It is simple impertinence for any man, or any body of men, to begin, or to contemplate, reform of the whole world.”

“A moral life, without reference to religion, is like a house built upon sand. And religion, divorced from morality, is like “sounding brass, good only for making a noise and breaking heads.”