By Adam Augustyn
From Romanticism to Realism, the nineteenth century observed a flourishing of literary events, in addition to the coming of numerous now-revered luminaries at the literary scene. Authors experimented with new types that increased the radical as an important literary shape, whereas new innovations and issues have been additionally brought into poetry and drama. those compelling profiles learn the lives of a few of the nineteenth century s maximum writers Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Leo Tolstoy, to call quite a few and demonstrate the outstanding tales in the back of the works they crafted.
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Sometimes I think he was just a garden-variety addict who died of his disease. Did he purposely drink himself to death so that we would quit depending on him? Did we kill him with our greed and manipulation as we clamored to be near him? The Tibetan party line is that the guru takes on the diseases of his students, and most of us were full-fledged addicts when we met him. There was a depth to the experienced I had with Rinpoche, similar to the chaos I went through with John, which taught me that sometimes the only answer is a silent dwelling in the grey area beyond right and wrong.
Later, when John and I lived in Kathmandu, Tibetans would tell us in hushed tones how fortunate we were to have Rinpoche as a teacher. “Oh, he very enlightened being. He drink a lot, right? You no worry about that. ” Rinpoche was the eleventh incarnation in the succession of Trungpas. However, the others had lived within the confines of Tibetan monasticism. In America, Rinpoche was on his own, in a jungle of Western temptations that the others had never encountered. Years later, in 1989, our friend the Dalai Lama told us privately that he would never trust a guru who claimed, as Rinpoche had, that he could turn alcohol into an elixir.
Later, I would learn that fixation is common in many guru scenes. While Tibetans have been trampled to death waiting to receive a blessing from an exalted lama, Westerners merely play out their high school rivalry for the best outfit and proximity to the cutest jock. I assessed that to be a trait of human nature, but it disturbed me. Not that I’m a saint. I didn’t mind being in the thick of it, surrounded and courted by beat poets and tantric playboys. We could have all been standing behind the velvet rope outside Studio 54.
Authors of the 19th Century (The Britannica Guide to Authors) by Adam Augustyn