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254The Way of Tao Vol1Read
255The Way of Tao Vol2Read
256What is Rebellion?
Talks given from 31/03/70, Original in Hindi, 1 Chapters
Content : The students here wish me to say something on the hippies. The first thing that comes to my mind in this connection is the book MAXIMS FOR A REVOLUTIONARY by George Bernard Shaw, as it enumerates some golden rules, the first of which is indeed wonderful. In a way it can be said that the whole thing has finished with the first rule. He writes: “The first golden rule is that there are no golden rules.” The very first thing that I would like to point out about the hippies is that the hippie movement is not an ‘ism.’ It is the negation of all ‘isms.’ It will be appropriate if we first probe into the nature of ‘ism’ before going into the problem of the hippies…
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257Where are the Gandhians
Talk given July 19 1969, Hindi Translation, 1 Chapters, Year Published : 1969
Content : It was noon, everything around was still, silent. I was sitting on a bench, underneath a statue of Mahatmaji, in a garden of the capitol. I thought of asking Gandhiji the whereabouts of true Gandhians. But, before I do it, I heard the statue muttering something. “The idiots have stood me here. Rana Pratap is given a horse. Shivaji; even Rani Laxmibhai is given a horse, whilst why am I made to stand on my feet?”
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258Wings of Love and Random Thought
Talks given from 1969, Original in Hindi, 5 Chapters, Year Published : 1979
Content : Realization of Truth, of the Supreme Soul, and of what we really are, is not a matter of intellectual deliberation or mental reflection. Only those of us are able to comprehend Truth who nurture their worthiness and receptivity by ceaseless practice. Inasmuch as our knowledge of things is restricted by the extent of our capacity to know, it is necessary to remember that the bounds of Truth are not limited to the extent of our knowledge. The frontiers of Truth are ever beyond our ken, because the more we know the more remains yet to be known…
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