Sermon for Gaza

By Chris Hedges This is a sermon I gave Sunday April 28 at a service held at the encampment for Gaza at Princeton University. The service was organized by students from Princeton Theological Seminary. This is a sermon I gave Sunday April 28 at a service held at the encampment for Gaza at Princeton University. The service was organized by students from Princeton Theological Seminary.͏͏͏͏͏͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   ­͏   Read More


A Guardian of Humanity, indeed…

….. Therefore I do not put my faith in any new institution, but in the individuals all over the world who think clearly, feel nobly, and act rightly, thus becoming the channels of moral truth. Our moral ideals do not work with chisels and hammers. Like trees, they spread their roots in the soil and their branches in the sky, without consulting any architect for their plans….. Reposted from Dilip’s blog with thanks, tom


guardian of humanity, guardian of The Tradition

A big Thank You goes to Dilip Simeon, himself a guardian, for giving this great lecture in reverence of the Mahatma…..! The search for new timeBy Dilip Simeon(Presented at the Champaran Satyagrah centenary celebrations Patna, April 10, 2017) The timing of death, like the ending of a story, gives a changed meaning to what preceded it: MaryCatherine Bateson Nihilism doesn’t stand at the door, as Nietzsche told us over a century ago. It has entered the house. Wenow speak as if belief is the highest form of truth, feelings may freely be substituted for facts, truth ispure illusion and war Read More


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