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Sangharakshita reveals his personal connection with the archetypal image represented by the figure of St. Jerome. Such images can help to open up to our spiritual nature, so we may try to fathom the mystery of existence, even in the shadow of time and death.
N.B. Poor original recording.
Talk given in 1984.
|1.||Introduction: revisiting St. Jerome (5:45)|
|2.||Man in nature (6:14)|
|3.||St. Jerome's study (5:52)|
|4.||The lion (12:05)|
|5.||Other images of lions (6:15)|
|6.||The cardinal's hat (7:52)|
|8.||Eastern ideas of time (5:58)|
|9.||The skull (4:24)|
|10.||The crucifix (3:14)|
|11.||The bible (7:22)|
|12.||St Jerome as translator (9:54)|
|13.||Conclusion: Man as Interpreter and Creator (6:18)|
Total running time: 1:32:05