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Cei cinci ani petrecuti de Mircea Eliade in Portugalia ca atasat cultural al legatiei Romaniei de la Lisabona sunt o perioada de lancezire spirituala, dar si de drama personala, iar jurnalul propriu-zis reflecta toate aceste momente de nemultumire de sine, dar si nemasurata incredere a lui Mircea Eliade in geniul sau si in destinul glorios care il asteapta, frustrarea de a scrie mediocru, dar si suferinta pierderii primei sotii. Este un moment de cumpana in viata si opera savantului Eliade, care ...more
29 January 1943
Churchill and Roosevelt have met again at Casablanca. And none of their men sees how Stalin is playing with them, how they are the victims of the most tragic farce in the history of the world: the Red assassins--who, in comparison with other political assassins, have the merit of operating on a large scale, in the millions--the Red assassins are awaited as the liberators of Europe . . . p. 67
15 January 1943
I find myself, sometimes, meditating calmly on the new Slavo-Communist w ...more
"[...] nu ma sperie ceva care se va intimpla in viitor (moartea) sau se petrece in prezent (trecerea) atit cit ma ingrozeste ceea ce nu se va mai repeta. Atunci realizez conditia umana; tragedia, religia, sinuciderea, dementa - tot atunci le inteleg."
Romanian-born historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, professor at the University of Chicago, and one of the pre-eminent interpreters of world religion in this century. Eliade was an intensely prolific author of fiction and non-fiction alike, publishing over 1,300 pieces over 60 years. He earned international fame with LE MYTHE DE L'ÉTERNAL RETOUR (1949, The Myth of the Eternal Return) ...moreMore about Mircea Eliade...
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“My religion: Very seldom do I feel a need for the presence of God. I don't pray and I don't know how to pray. When I enter a church, I try to pray, but I can't tell if I succeed or not. But often I have religious “attacks”: the desire for isolation, for contemplation far from other people. Despair. The desire (and the hope) for asceticism.”More quotes…