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There are many heroes in our world. We have Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr., Corrie Ten Boom, Amy Carmichael, John Wesley, Mary Slessor, and then we had Mahatma Gandhi. One of the greatest heroes that I have heard of is Mahatma K. Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi is my hero because he always has a positive attitude towards everything. He also had the ability to do anything he set his mind to. Also Mahatma Gandhi's actions were always non-violent.
Gandhi has a positive attitude towards everything. Gandhi was jailed many times. He responded by protesting the second he got out, he would be thrown back in jail. Gandhi's attitude just towards life showed that Gandhi was always happy. No one ever got to him. He always just kept his head up and told himself he could do it. This shows that Gandhi was also very courageous because he stood up to people who could have just simply shot him. This shows that Gandhi has a positive attitude towards life.
Gandhi had the ability to do anything he set his mind to.Mahatma Gandhi has accomplished the one true goal in his life when he got independence from Britain for India on August 15, 1947. This was a big accomplishment for India because before the citizens of Indian had no power, so when India got freedom form Britain. Gandhi was being thanked from people he had never met. Gandhi loved that feeling of accomplishing his dream and being thanked by everyone. This is how I know that Gandhi had the ability to do anything he set his mind to.
Gandhi's actions were very strong but always nonviolent. "Violence is the weapon of the weak; non-violence the weapon of the strong" Gandhi said. This was a new strategy in protest, and when Gandhi did this he was thrown in jail, but he didn't give he came out of jail, protested again, and starved himself. His actions always were stronger that words, because he never used violence as an answer but he still got through to people. Mahatma G…

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The movie depicted the life of Mahatma Gandhi in detail. In general, the flow of the story is consistent with historical facts. The presentation is also in a form of a flashback to emphasize that the movie is about a man who is very noble and has done great deeds for his country. The statements flashed at the start of the movie (No man's life can be encompassed in one telling…) also intensified the emphasis. Technically speaking, the movie consistently highlighted a high quality film in audio, visual and other aspects worthy of its nine Academy Awards received in 1982 including Best Picture. Locations and settings were also perfectly selected which all showed not only India but as well as its cultures and flavors. The actors and actresses also gave their best especially the ones playing the lead roles. In addition, most scenes were impressively shot since manipulation, mobilization and coordination of thousands of people to portray horrifying scenes is not easy. Scenes like the Amritsar massacre perfectly displayed the true segments of the event. Music like Indian songs also accompanied the scenes to amplify its content. The transition and pace of the movie was just right to fully grasp Gandhi's life — its great deeds, nobility, wisdom and love for India.
"They can kill me, torture me…
but they shall not get my obedience.
…Poverty is the worst form of violence."
Gandhi said these lines during a meeting with his fellow Indians in South Africa. They were discussing about their stand on the unjust laws set upon them by the rulers of the empire. Racism was prominent during those times that led to such discriminating decrees. He said that they should not resort to violence since it is violence per se that causes their own sufferings as discriminated people of the Empire. Violence or a blow coming from their side would give the rulers more reas