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18 April, 01:22

In the story of my experiments with truth, how does Ghandi support his argument? select all that apply.

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    Mahatma Gandhi, one of the best minds in spirituality, writes about the truth of things in his autobiography "The Story of My Experiments with Truth". He supports his argument stating that God is the greatest good that humans must be seeking through our everyday thoughts and actions.

    He invites human beings to act with truth and responsibility in our daily living, specifically in activities like politics and law, where you must act honestly and ethically.

    The Story of My Experiments with Truth is a book that covers the life of Gandhi until 1921. Originally written in Gujarati, the book is divided into five parts: 1) Gandhi's childhood, 2) relationships with his wife and family, 3) his experience in South Africa, 4) World War I, 5) Freedom Fighting activities.
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