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And even our Bengali language has so many dialects. Atkins, Jed. A spiritual person has found his work. Sri Chinmoy: The miracle of my sound-life:
A man of faith is also a man of divine humility. The farther he advances spiritually on the strength of his faith, the deeper he grows into the supreme humility. At the same time, I wish to add something more. I give lectures. Ao mesmo tempo, desejo acrescentar algo. Eu dou discursos.
The true seer-eye of the poet foresaw the possibility that is now on the point of realising itself. Evolution can never come into existence from nothing, from zero. Poetry that springs from a devout heart leads kindred hearts to the ever-sweet One and makes of them a Republic with Him for President.
No other divine faculty perhaps has a greater power of transcendence over limits to the illimitable. In the bright days that are dawning upon the earth well may we look for the leaven of transcendental poetry to uplift the whole human mass.
When men worship God in the hope of getting their miseries removed, they may meet with frustration and are apt to lose their faith in God. The gods are ever ready to help us, but when we demand of them something quite absurd, and in our human weakness we refuse to undergo the troubles and tribulations that are necessary for our development, we may lose the chance of the descent of their grace.
The poet has the divine faith, the inner intuition that the existence of the One Supreme Divine has hardly anything to do with the commonly sought spiritual experience side-by-side with common miseries. In order to write a poem, the poet must transport himself to the sphere of the Muse and lose himself there. He has to be like a flame that burns away everything but itself. Sri Chinmoy, Philosopher-thinkers: Nos dias reluzentes que despertam na Terra, poderemos bem procurar pelo fermento da poesia transcendental para elevar a massa humana como um todo.
Ele deve ser como a chama que queima tudo exceto si mesmo. A thinker in the sublimest sense of the term is Emerson. His philosophy touches the core of all earthly problems. He came of poor parents, but had an indomitable will and an utter self-reliance. Strangely enough, he was taught from within to be cheerful in the face of poverty.
His father, William Emerson, a clergyman, passed away when Waldo was a boy of eight. Soon afterwards, the family was thrown into extreme poverty. It came to such a pass that Emerson and his elder brother had to share a single overcoat to help them through the terrible winter. Obviously one of them had to stay indoors while the other was out — and who but the younger of the two was the unfortunate one? Waldo missed the attractions, affections and amusements of the outside world; but at the same time this isolation gave him an opportunity to plunge into the sea of knowledge.
Voraciously he studied. Later, impelled from within, he welcomed Spinoza and Montaigne along with his previous masters. He had many antagonists.
Hypocrisy and superstition were the worst of them. He fought and fought them, but success remained a far cry. He had also numerous friends. Truth and sincerity topped their ranks. America, the fairest land of freedom, opportunity and progress, inspired in Emerson the thought that his countrymen should utilise all her divine gifts to strive for the most divine aims of life.
Our student must have a style and determination, and be a master in his own speciality. But having this, he must put it behind him. He must have a catholicity, a power to see with a free and disengaged look every object.
In other words, he expected the American student to be a useful unit not only of the American nation but of the world-family in the making. No doubt philanthropy and charity have much to their credit. But most people are unconscious of the great limitations of these two virtues. Being a genuine lover of Truth, Emerson made bold to say: For Emerson, poetry and philosophy were no mere intellectual embellishments.
Philosophy was a dynamic factor in the shaping of his life. He was a true man of vision, and he used philosophy to sustain his vision and poetry to express it. His life was a happy blend of sublime dreams and creative gestures. He knew no compromise with his ingrained truth: Even his worst enemy could not deny his remarkable gift of speech-making.
But he later had to sever himself from the church as he failed to be at one with his congregation regarding his method of teaching. He simply left the church without attacking anyone. It was advisable, he thought, that his congregation should have another pastor according to their choice. Emerson, but it certainly seems as if he is going to hell. But I am sure of one thing — if Emerson goes to hell, he will so change its climate that it will become a popular resort for all the good souls of Heaven.
That was perhaps why he left his ministry in the Unitarian Church of Boston. People below his level of culture must be pitied. It is quite natural that they should have taken him amiss. Happily, two great contemporaries, Lincoln and Emerson, offer an historic example of mutual appreciation. He honoured the seer in Emerson with his warm appreciation: PTPT Sua filosofia toca o cerne de todos os problemas terrenos.
Seu pai, William Emerson, um membro do clero, faleceu quando Waldo era um rapazinho de oito anos de idade. Mas, ao mesmo tempo, seu isolamento lhe trouxe a oportunidade de mergulhar no mar do conhecimento. Ele estudou vorazmente. Emerson lutou e lutou contra eles, mas o sucesso permanecia longe. Sua vida foi uma mistura feliz de sonhos sublimes e gestos criativos. Mas tenho certeza de uma coisa: Seguindo um chamado interior, no dia 13 de abril de veio para o ocidente e fez seu lar em Nova Iorque, onde atualmente reside.
Ele explica: Receitas simples e gostosas para pratos vegetarianos que qualquer um consegue fazer. Pode encomendar o livro impresso da editora aqui: Utilize-os assim: In the following lines we shall observe his excessive love for England disclosed by himself before a multitude of people at Calcutta: What is the quickest way to learn the language of a different country?
Education is life itself. You learn by doing, and by falling over. Material de estudo: God is my Adviser— I am His Advice-fulfilment.
When you are with God, You must speed up Again and again In everything. Every day My heart goes to my mind With the hope Of transforming my mind. In the morning, All the dear angels of my heart Come to me, To sing with me, dance with me And play with me. My love of God Will transform my frustration-life Into my devotion-heart.
My soul-journey To my Lord Supreme Will never end. My life is full of God-hopes And God-dreams. I am heading towards God The Immortal Lover. Eu vim de Deus O Eterno Sonhador. Estou indo para Deus O Amante Imortal.
I came from God The Eternal Dreamer. Of all the gifts You have offered to God, Your happiness-gift He treasures most. The heart wants to discover The ancient and eternal God. A mente quer inventar Um novo Deus.
The mind wants to invent A new God. Otherwise, You may come unrecognised And go back unloved. Meu Senhor, Por favor me avise antes de vir. My Lord, Please warn me before You come.
The fragrance-beauty Of a gratitude-heart. What is the fare From earth to Heaven?
Can you not make me perfect By becoming the Lord of my thoughts? It can chase God. The miracle of my silence-life: It can embrace God. O milagre da minha vida-som: Ela pode afugentar Deus. The miracle of my sound-life: Two Are my secret wishes: Not beyond my possibility is self-transcendence. Not beyond my possibility Is self-transcendence.
Every day I let Him Create a new world. God does not interfere in my affairs Either. Every day He lets me Destroy an old world. Todos os dias eu deixo que Ele Crie um novo mundo. Todos os dias Ele me deixa Destruir um velho mundo. A realm of Bliss bare, ultimate, Beyond both knower and known. A rest immense I enjoy at last; I face the One alone. I have crossed the secret ways of life; I have become the Goal. The Truth immutable is revealed; I am the way, the God-Soul. My spirit aware of all the heights, I am mute in the core of the Sun.
I barter nothing with time and deeds; My cosmic play is done. Nem mente, nem forma, apenas existo; Cessaram agora toda vontade e pensamento. De um descanso imenso, desfruto enfim; Apenas o Uno encaro. Cruzei os secretos caminhos da vida; Tornei-me a Meta. No mind, no form, I only exist; Now ceased all will and thought. Who, if not Thou, will speak of Thee? Reality Unique! Thou art the ring, Of the lowest chasm and spanless height.
In Thee they feel their haven bright; In Thee all beings move and wave and wing. Em Ti eles sentem uma morada brilhante; Em Ti os seres caminham, serpenteiam e voam. O Lord of Nature, sovereign Sun of all! My father loved me, his dream. I remember … I prayed with the blooming dawn, I played with the glowing sun.
My life, the nectar-fun. I remember … I sang with the twinkling stars, I danced with the floating moon. All lost, alas, too soon. I remember, I remember, I remember. Meu pai amava a mim, o seu sonho. Eu lembro… Eu rezava com a aurora florescente, Eu brincava com o sol reluzente. Mai, Angelo. Collegio Urbano apud Burliaeum, Mancuso, Gaetano. Marx, Karl.
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