By Krishna Gandhi; Kripalani
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I~ LJ~] was the first book of Ruskin I had ever read. During the days of my education I had read practically nothing outside textbooks, and after I launched into active life I had very little time for reading. However, I believe I have not lost much because of this enforced restraint. O n the contrary,the limited reading may be said to have enabled m e thoroughly to digest what I did read. Of these books, the one that brought about an instantaneous and practical transformation in my life was Unto This Last.
This was an entirely novel experience for them all. The boy cried out and begged to be forgiven. He cried not because the beating was painful to him; he could,if he had been so minded, have paid me back in the same coin,being a stoutly built youth of seventeen;but he realized my pain in being driven to this violent resource. Never again after this incident did he disobey me. But I still repent that violence. I am afraid I exhibited before him that day not the spirit,but the brute,in me. I have always been opposed to corporal punishment.
I had got to know the people and they had got to know me. In 1896I asked permission to go home for six months,for I saw that I was in for a long stay there. I had established a fairly good practice,and could see that people felt the need of my presence. So I made up m y mind to go home, fetch m y wife and children,and then return and settle out there. 67 This was m y first voyage with my wife and children.. I believed, at the time of which I a m writing, that in order to look civilized, our dress and manners had as far as possible to approximate to the European standard.
All Men Are Brothers by Krishna Gandhi; Kripalani