Gandhi practised and advocated non-violence and truth, even in the most extreme situations.
He set the precedent for civil disobedience, passive resistance, or non-violent struggle to attain a goal.
Ambitious- Gandhi always had something planned, no matter what event or activity was planned. For example, he decided to lead the salt march within about four seconds. He wanted to show the British that Indians were capable of providing for themselves without their aid.\
Thoughtful- He was almost always thinking about something. Sometimes it was about other people, and sometimes it was about a plan. Each time he made a preparation, he thought quickly, but hard.
How do you think a good leader manages crisis under stressful situations?
He used this philosophy throughout his life to protest against the abuse of the Indian people in South Africa and later the injustices committed by the British against his fellow countrymen in his native India.