In February we shared the first in a series of talks by Eknath Easwaran on Thomas à Kempis’ The Imitation of Christ. This week we’re pleased to share the second talk, which was given in 1970.
In this talk Easwaran comments on the second and third chapters of The Imitation of Christ and continues translating 15th century language into modern concepts that we can apply in our daily lives.
In the second half of the talk Easwaran draws connections between The Imitation and Gandhi and the Bhagavad Gita, highlighting the universal nature of truth.
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