By Jean Klein

Ce nouveau livre de Jean Klein présente un ensemble very important d’entretiens, publiés dans los angeles revue Être, qu’il a dirigée de 1973 à 1993. Ils ont ecu lieu principalement à l’abbaye de Royaumont, à l. a. Sainte Baume, et à Notre Dame du Los, près de hole. Jean Klein dans ces dialogues magnifiques essaye de nous éveiller à l. a. sense of right and wrong non-duelle derrière les pensées, au silence au-delà des mots, au sans forme au-delà des formes. Très grand connaisseur des traditions spirituelles indiennes, et principalement de l’advaita vedânta, Jean Klein sait avec tact, strength et pédagogie tourner notre consciousness vers l’intériorité. Ces mots ont le pouvoir infrequent, comme très peu de maîtres spirituels l’ont ecu, de pointer vers l. a. paix et los angeles joie en nous-mêmes. De nombreux thèmes sont abordés dans ces entretiens : l’état nonduel, l. a. pensée, los angeles méditation, l. a. nature du je, le silence, l’art, l’advaita vedânta, l. a. moral sense, l. a. nécessité d’un maître, los angeles peur, l. a. joie, l. a. liberté, les émotions , and so forth. Ce livre est un véritable trésor où chacun saura trouver ce qui lui convient pour avancer sur le chemin spirituel avec un des plus grands maîtres du XXe siècle.

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Thus Indian national identity has come to be defined in terms of the Hindu value system and imageries, and the Hindutva forces have appropriated the wholesale rights of setting the requirements and standards of this neo-Indian identity. S. Golwalkar, who later became the chief of the RSS, the flagship of the Hindutva flotilla, and reiterated his stand even more vociferously in his subsequent speeches and booklets. Such a discursive analysis of Hindutva's communal nationalism would show several key ideological and political components.

While the soft and hard varieties of communalism dominated the national mainstream politics, the "fascist communalism" was lurking behind. "68 The Muslim separatism of the 1920s and the communal politics of the 1930s and 1940s made the Hindu-Muslim separation even sharper. 69 History is just the initial instrument in this long journey of fear, passion, prejudice, and hatred. The tense Indo-Pakistan relations plagued by mutual insecurity and suspicion and the common trend across the border of inciting fears of "foreign threat" or "foreign hand" among the respective citizens have contributed to the nurturing of the communal ideology also.

Like individuals, societies can and do reorder their memories It is also possible for our histories to be erased almost totally and replaced by other histories. "16 To "erase" and "replace" is to narrate. According to Shapiro, real events do not exist without narratives. He quotes Benedict Anderson's point that the "French Revolution" emerged only when print media began to place meaning-creating boundaries around the flux of certain activities in the late eighteenth century. Shapiro also points out that the event, "which continually alters with shifts in the textual practices through which the event is constituted," underwent rapid changes during the recent bicentennial year of the French Revolution.

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