1970 – Fundamental Education

Book 43
[Overall Publication #62]


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“To always repeat the same thing, to live the life of machines, from home to work, and from work to home, to marry and become little child-making machines, is not living. If that is what we study for, if that is why we go to school, college and university for twelve of fifteen years, we would be better off by not studying.

Mahatma Gandhi was a very unique man. Many times Protestant pastors sat on his doorstep for whole hours trying to convert him to Protestant Christianity.

Gandhi did not accept the teaching of pastors, neither did he reject them. He understood and respected them, and that was all. Many times Mahatma said, “I am Brahman, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, etc.” Mahatma understood that all religions are necessary because they contain the same Eternal Values.

Accepting or rejecting any doctrine or concept reveals a lack of mental maturity. When we reject or accept something, it is because we have not understood it. Whenever understanding exists, accepting or rejecting is unnecessary…”