Los mejores libros jamás escritos. Un diálogo entre el dios y el hombre que muestra los caminos de los angeles acción, l. a. devoción y el conocimiento de Oriente. «Todos los seres nacen en l. a. ilusión, los angeles ilusión de los angeles división procedente del deseo y el odio.»
Este texto forma parte del libro VI del Mahabharata, y fue escrito probablemente en los siglos I o II a.C. No se conocen sus autores. Se presenta como un diálogo entre Arjuna y Krisna, en el campo de batalla, justo cuando va a empezar l. a. guerra entre los Pandaras y los Kauravas. El miedo a los angeles batalla inicia un diálogo a través del cual se traza una sinopsis del pensamiento y experiencia religiosa de l. a. India, que aglutina los caminos de l. a. acción, los angeles devoción y el conocimiento.
A Juan Mascaró se debe una de las traducciones más célebres de los angeles Bhagavad Gita, que aquí presentamos en versión castellana de José Manuel Abeleira frente al sánscrito original.
Mahatma Gandhi dijo...
«Cuando las dudas me persiguen, cuando los angeles desilusión me mira fijamente a l. a. cara y no veo ningún rayo de esperanza en el horizonte, me dirijo hacia Bhagavad Gita y busco un verso que me reconforte.»
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33 The sense of ‘the I’ or ‘something like an I’ that is entailed in historical inquiry also tells us about the formation of history. Traces of the past remain in the present and that past is represented through memory and in the writing of history, as Ricoeur has meticulously argued in Memory, History, Forgetting. Shared memory, he writes, allows a group to have access to its past, and individual memory takes shape in the context of collective memory, which itself assumes individual memory of a person bearing testimony or being witness to an event.
He tells his tormented master builder, Roger, who wishes to stop building on the grounds that the foundations are not deep enough and the spire will fall, that they have no choice but to go on. 1 Moreover, God himself granted this vision to Jocelyn, and since they were both chosen, they have no choice but to go on. Jocelyn is aware of three of them speaking high up on the half-built spire, the third presence being his guardian angel. Golding conveys something important about the medieval world view and how the notion of the human person is conceived.
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