Sunday, 30 September 2018

4 Mahatma Gandhi quotes to lead a Happy Life


Mahatma Gandhi popularly called as Father of Nation in India has lived a life that has inspired lakhs of people to live life on his principles. There are many characteristics of Gandhiji that if obeyed with full commitment, a person can be happy in life.

Today lets see 4 such inspirational quotes of Mahatma Gandhi that can lead us to way for happy and content life.

Inspirational Quotes of Gandhiji  - AuraOfThoughts



“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” – Mahatma Gandhi

We all have witnessed Gandhiji had such a strong mental strength that when people who heard about Gandhiji from other countries were often surprised seeing his physical built. Bapu is a perfect example that portrays if one has strong will then mountains can be moved irrespective of physical capacity.

Lesson 1: Keep your mental STRENGTH robust to face any situations in life.


“Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory.” – Mahatma Gandhi

If the amount of effort is whole-heartedly then victory is sure to be achieved. Yes Gandhiji’s life thought us that satisfaction in efforts is key to life. Though our countrymen struggled for years for independence, it was the continuous efforts that made it possible. If you want conquering results, then keep giving your 100% .


Lesson 2: Have SATISFACTION in your efforts for triumphant results at end.

“There is a sufficiency in the world of man’s need but not for man’s greed.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhiji was a man with few needs and he led a happy life with his ever-shining smiling face. Even in toughest situations he kept his needs simple. That made him concentrate on other concrete issues of the nation.

Lesson 3: Being SUFFICIENT to survive is key to happiness.




“Self-respect knows no considerations.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhiji is known for his achievements with self-respect.  
Self-respect, is loving thyself. When we esteem ourselves and value our actions then only one can achieve many things with confidence. A modest person doesn’t need any false praise to know his or her inner strength. So put yourself first and see how circumstances change.

Lesson 4: SELF RESPECT is key to live.


The four principles of Gandhiji to lead a happy life are noteworthy and should be practiced in life. Bapuji's values hold good for generations and generations instilling hope, freedom, devotion, truth and self-respect. The teachings are as fresh in our hearts and I would proudly pass on his values to my children so that they may also be victorious in every walk of life with pride. 

This Gandhi Jayanti, let us all promise to self to strive to follow atleast few of his principles to lead happy life. Teach kids a simple poem Simple & Enigmatic Bapu, so that they can understand about him in a better way. 


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10 comments:

  1. These are viral lessons, i think that self respect is most important one should never loose it for anyone

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  2. Though I dont really like Mahatma Gandhi (yeah, it true), these thoughts are thought provoking. In this fast paced life we must stop and reflect how are we leading our lives. #LiveItYoungReads

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  3. I think the most important thing which matters in our life is self-respect, we should not lose it

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  4. Living a successful and simple life is not that tough if we follow these simple principles but we still lack behind.

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    1. Living life with dignity and simplicity is what i have liked about Mahatma Gandhi ji. It gives inner peace i believe

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  6. There is a sufficiency in the world of man’s need but not for man’s greed.” this is my moto of life and happy to follow it as natural as I am. Even I follow Gandhiji others quotes too

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  7. Beautiful collection of quotes and thanks for the reminder. I have not revisited them in a long time. My personal favorite is the one on Strength!

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  8. I loved reading these quotes to me one quote by Gandhiji that has stayed with me is "The one who adjusts with humility possesses much greatness" and I have always strived to stand by it

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  9. Positive will is everything we need in our life and they bring so much strength to handle the situation.

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