IS EGG A FRUIT OR A VEGETABLE

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  1. Karlijn

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    not exactly.

    Kasturba suffered from chronic bronchitis due to complications at birth. Her bronchitis was complicated by pneumonia.

    In January 1944, Kasturba suffered two heart attacks after which she was confined to her bed much of the time. Even there she found no respite from pain. Spells of breathlessness interfered with her sleep at night. Yearning for familiar ministrations, Kasturba asked to see an Ayurvedic doctor. After several delays (which Gandhi felt were unconscionable), the government allowed a specialist in traditional Indian medicine to treat her and prescribe treatments. At first she responded, recovering enough by the second week in February to sit on the verandah in a wheel chair for a short periods, and chat. Then came a relapse.

    To those who tried to bolster her sagging morale saying "You will get better soon," Kasturba would respond, "No, my time is up". Finally, at 7:35 p.m. (IST) on 22 February 1944, she died at the Aga Khan Palace in Poona, aged 74. The incidents of that day go like this: That morning, her youngest son Devdas came to visit her. He told her that he had brought penicillin, the famous drug discovered by Alexander Fleming, for curing her. But, Mahatma Gandhi prevented his son from injecting. After her death, Mahatma Gandhi quoted that even if he allowed Devdas to inject, his beloved wife would not have survived. She died on the arms of her husband, who outlived her for four years before his assassination.
     
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  2. sharkbait.

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    Nah I don't think it was because he was sex addicted I think it was the old school mentality of the day. Wives were seen as property and he didn't want his wife to be treated by the British at the time because reasons? Idk man I haven't done any reading on it at all but it does sure sound like you've been soured on Ghandi.
     
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  3. sharkbait.

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    I believe Ghandi was a good person though, and one opinion online ain't going to change that. A bright light among men.
     
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  4. sharkbait.

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    There's so much trolling going on these days, on anyone and everyone. All a person can do is hold fast to their principles(if they have any) and carry on.
     
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  5. Rogue Boner

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    You're entitled to your opinion. I've just done enough research that the stuff left out of the margins of your history books have shed light on. His cause imo was mediocre at best.
     
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  6. sharkbait.

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    It's true, too many men who are icons of our culture are actually miserable souls.

    But meh, it's all about the Neitzsche-ian philosophy in this instance:

    He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
     
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  7. Rogue Boner

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    My favourite is.

    "God is deeeeeaaaaadddd just like Batman's parents." -DatboiNietzsche
     
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