This leader lived in the mid-18th century, when the British extended their domains in the India under the modern imperialist system, its people cheered as Mahatma, meaning great soul and he was recognized as the voice of the conscience of all humanity, I am referring to Mr Mohandas Ghandi. Albert Einstein said this great human being that he was astonished and shocked the world by its so special and unique way to lead your people with this sentence: the following generations will have to believe that man just never went through this land. Gandhi led the nationalist movement that fought against laws that discriminated against Hindus and people of color in South Africa, where emphasized the ideology of civil disobedience that is refusing to pay taxes and flout, in general, without violence or passive resistance, the British authority, as well as worker strikes and peasant struggles. The immediate reason that provoked the rebellion of these Hindus was religious, but in the background was a struggle for independence. Gandhi wore a simple, simple life, he himself made his own pieces of clothes and was always very close to God for what he always showed his great spirituality through prayer, not hurting anyone, his vegetarian diet and fasting for purification: I feel that spiritual progress demands that we stop killing and eating our own brothers, God's creatures, and only to satisfy our perverted and sensual appetites.
The supremacy of man over animal should be demonstrated not only embarrassing us of the barbarous custom of killing them and devour them but caring for them, protecting them and loving them. Not eating meat is without doubt a great help to the development and peace of our spirit. I have identified in this leader the following values as equality, perseverance, Pacific, was always conducted with a positive attitude in all aspects, it was just, humble, clever, firm, tolerant, patient, consistent, loyal to its principles and ideals, very good speaker, constant, man of challenges. His ideals and principles which are led and guided his people were: fighting for a just cause, - love your neighbor as yourself, - all we are equal regardless of races and creeds, - the work of each man is as important as the others get things with pleasure, - there is No cause which justifies you to harm or kill- Auto respect, - defending your ideals because it gives you dignity, - discover yourself, know your territory, - if you want to be like them, you must live like them, - do not despair, the paths of truth and love have always won, in summary always sought the union of its people, showing value to your life and existence awakening them from the nightmare in which they lived to be treated like slaves by the British Empireteaching them to be resistant to not simply bowing to defend his home, its territory always with dignity to defend their ideals, and did since India gained independence, but expected that after living years of oppression, breathing the freedom, his village is separated: the Hindus and Muslims. This man has left its mark in the history of humanity, and causes a source of inspiration worthy of respect and veneration, being particularly spiritual legacy.