Indian Attorney Mahatma Gandhi’s Practice of Ahimsa, the Etymology of “Ahimsa”, and American Minister Martin Luther King Jr. Preaching an Ideology Similar to Ahimsa

Mahatma Gandhi practiced “Ahimsa”, a Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain virtue which translates to “non-injury by thought, words, or deeds against all living entities”. The term is derived from the Sanskrit term “hims” which means “to strike” and “a” meaning “without”. Martin Luther King preached a similar ideology in 1964 when he deliver a speech which described non-violent protest as a “sword that heals”...

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