It is useless to pursue truth and enlightenment.
You can only see what is not truth, what is not clarity.
You cannot see truth with the mind because you are truth.
AS A YOUNG MAN, JEAN KLEIN studied music and medicine in Vienna and Berlin. During this time, he became familiar with the philosophies of Gandhi, Lao Tze, Chuang Tzu, Tagore, Coomaraswamy, Aurobindo, and later became acquainted with the writings of the French philosopher Rene Guenon. What struck him about Guenon’s views was the distinction he made between the traditional and Tradition—the . . .
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