Freedom of religion is not enough; we need the extinction of it, because no one has turned to be a religious by their own choice.
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Freedom of religion is not enough; we need the extinction of it, because no one has turned to be a religious by their own choice. In this quote, Gandhi says that religion needs to be removed from people’s lives in order for them to live in peace and harmony. If people have no religion, they will still have their beliefs, but they will have them without the fear of being persecuted for them. He also says that in order for religion to truly be destroyed, it must be completely eradicated.
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