Motivational Story of Mahatma Gandhi’s Childhood – Nothing wrong in accepting your mistakes

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, widely famous as Mahatma Gandhi who took the way of non-violence, Satyagrah to free India from atrocities of the British empire. The father of the Nation who is praised by many and has given many lessons to the world to learn from. He is still an inspiration to many.

From the beginning, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi learnt the value of honesty, integrity and discipline and these were the values he lived by. For him, values were greater. There was one such incident where he gave importance to his values and learned that there is nothing wrong in accepting your mistakes.

“When Mohan grew older, like any other teenagers, he also fell in bad company and picked up few bad habits as well. He hid these bad deeds from his parents. But his values did not allow these bad habits to linger any longer with him. He realized the mistake and sincerely repented for his bad habits. He confessed to his father by writing a letter to him. Perhaps this incident made him to devotedly, throughout his life, obey the values taught by parents.” The incident was published on your story on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi.

Mahatma Gandhi’s life was filled with his principles and he lived by them. He knew what’s truth and kept patience.

Motivational Lessons to Learn from this Story:

You should keep your values as they are only thing that keep you honest.

Mistakes are a part of life and there is nothing wrong in accepting it.

It’s up to you how you keep yourselves and how much you value your family.


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