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3_6_08_notes - Q Gandhi says"poverty is the worst violence...

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Q. Gandhi says “poverty is the worst violence” and “suffering is the key to nonviolence”, would Gandhi agree that impoverished people suffer? A. Not advocating poverty that denies people of vital needs, on the other hand he addresses consumerism and it’s relation to poverty, Gandhi ch 8, poverty in the midst…, negotiate relationship between poverty and overabundance, nonviolence reached by rejecting consumerism and helping those in poverty Pair share Gandhi: a way out of hell a) He doesn’t want Gandhi’s death on his soul when Gandhi is trying to end violence b) “Only God decides who goes to hell.” c) The man smashed a child’s head against a wall and killed the child in retaliation against the Muslims who killed his son
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