Monday, October 02, 2006

On Mohandas K. Gandhi

Gandhi, as most of you well know, was a powerful advocate of non-violent civil disobedience and much of the backbone of de-colonization in the 20th century.
Gandhi’s personal life after his initial years as an attorney speaks volumes of his commitment to basic human justice. From making his own homespun for his clothing, his decision to go barefoot or with extremely simple footwear took its toll on his feet. He embraced the Hindu religion and beliefs, using its symbolism and mysticism to reinforce his message of human rights and justice for all. Adopting the traditional diet of India’s lower castes also affected his personal hygiene and physical health to some extent, but his sincerity and commitment to his religion and way of life left no doubt in anyone’s mind that he was a super-calloused, fragile mystic blessed with halitosis.


Blogger ziggi said...


10:56 AM  
Blogger ziggi said...

that really was 'quite atrocious'

I shall smile all the way home from now :)

10:57 AM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

And I don't need the crutch of wearing women's clothing to have such an effect either.

11:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"super-calloused, fragile mystic blessed with halitosis."

Have you no shame?


Bad FE, bad!

2:30 PM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

Yeah, but I bet YOU'LL be telling it before the night's out ;^D>

2:54 PM  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

Bravo! 2 for 2!
What did you have for breakfast?

4:01 PM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

If the other comments are any indication, something with a laxative effect . . .

4:13 PM  
Blogger The Michael said...

Sheer, utter, twisted, sick brialliance!

4:14 PM  
Blogger Miss Cellania said...

I gotta get out of this hitchin'.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...


8:13 PM  
Blogger gautami tripathy said...

* Silence*

3:11 PM  

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