Mahatma Gandhi Coward Quotes (Cowardice Quotes)

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Coward: The meaning of coward is “a person who has no courage and is afraid in dangerous or unpleasant situations”.

As per Wikipedia, Cowardice is a trait wherein excessive fear prevents an individual from taking a risk or facing danger. It is the opposite of courage. As a label, “cowardice” indicates a failure of character in the face of a challenge. One who succumbs to cowardice is known as a coward.

Read here Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Cowardice

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Coward

Cowardice is incompatible with divine wisdom.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Cowardice is no sign of belief in God.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Better by far than cowardice is killing and being killed in battle.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Could there be a greater proof of our cowardice than fighting amongst ourselves?

― Mahatma Gandhi

No police or military in the world can protect people who are cowards.

― Mahatma Gandhi

There can be no friendship between cowards, or cowards and brave men.

― Mahatma Gandhi

It was the cowards who died many times before their death.

― Mahatma Gandhi

It is better to be charged with cowardice and weakness than to be guilty of denial of our oath and sin against God.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Nonviolence is the virtue of the manly. The coward is innocent of it.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Nonviolence and cowardice go ill together.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Between violence and cowardly flight, I can only prefer violence to cowardice.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Nonviolence should never be used as a shield for cowardice. It is a weapon of the brave.

― Mahatma Gandhi

To change one’s religion under the threat of force was no conversion, but rather cowardice.

― Mahatma Gandhi

To retaliate against the relatives of the co-religionists of the wrong-doer is a cowardly act.

― Mahatma Gandhi

I can no more preach nonviolence to a cowardly man than I can tempt a blind man to enjoy healthy scenes.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Far better than emasculation would be the bravery of those who use physical force. Far better than cowardice would be meeting one’s death fighting.

― Mahatma Gandhi

I would rather have India resort to arms in order to defend her honor than that she should, in a cowardly manner, become or remain a helpless witness to her own dishonor.

― Mahatma Gandhi

The truth is that cowardice itself is the violence of a subtle type and therefore dangerous and far more difficult to eradicate than the habit of physical violence.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Running away for fear of death, leaving one’s dear ones, temples, or music to take care of themselves, is irreligion; it is cowardice.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

― Mahatma Gandhi

Ahimsa is an attribute of the brave. Cowardice and ahimsa don’t go together with any more than water and fire.

― Mahatma Gandhi

For thousands to do to death a few hundreds are no bravery. It is worse than cowardice. It is unworthy of nationalism, of any religion.

― Mahatma Gandhi

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