Sunday, December 9, 2012

Blunting the Imagination

“The greatest crime that can be laid at the doors of one generation by another is that of blunting the imagination of the latter, because where there is no imagination and where there is no vision of a higer and nobler life, the people perish”
(New India, Februrary 18)

Truer words were never written.

For the imagination – not that of the idler and the dreamy parasite, but the vigorous and positive imagination of the worker, “ the vision of higher and nobler life” – this imagination is the mother of a Nation’s hope. This imagination makes a Nation’s seers, its poets and its builders of all types.

This imagination is the way to immortality, the latter that man climbs to arrive at divinity.

(மேலும் வாசிக்க...)

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