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If there is one piece that beautifully and succinctly expressesEmerson's vision of India it is in his poem Brahma.
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I start with the great insights of the poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, who said, “What lies behind you and what lies in front of you pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.”
Europe, grown superficial, hardly understands such truths anymore.....Ifeel nearer here than I have ever done to the heart of the world; here I feeleveryday as if soon, perhaps even today, I would receive the grace of supremerevelation...The atmosphere of devotion which hangs above the river isimprobable in strength; stronger than in any church that I have ever visited.
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Despite the death of his father when Emerson was only eleven,he was able to be educated at Boston Latin School and then Harvard, from whichhe graduated in 1821. After several years of reluctant school teaching, hereturned to the entering the Unitarian ministry during a periodof robust ecclesiastic debateFollowingthe death of his first wife, Ellen, his private religious doubts led him toannounce his resignation to his congregation, claiming he was unable to preach adoctrine he no longer believed.
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Heremained a bachelor, throughout his life, walked hundreds of miles, avoidedinns, preferred to sleep by the railroad, never voted and never went to achurch, and thelaws of Manu living an extremely frugal and Spartan life.
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From the beginning he was disillusioned withorganized Christianity (he never went to Church) and like Emerson showed greatinterest in Hinduism and its philosophy.
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The highertruths of non-difference between the illusory opposites, the contrastingdescriptions of the Absolute and their ultimate transcendence in the Unity ofBrahman, are all reflected in Emerson's poem:
“A great man is always willing to be little.”― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Sunday 4th December 2016
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain
Children’s Story – Rev. Bridget Spain
1. by Seamus Heaney , read by Snadra Walker
2. extrract from “Divinity School Address” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, read by Rev. Bridget Spain