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The attached narrative was prepared by the King Papers Project at Stanford for inclusion in Volume 5 of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. This forum is intended to explore ways to commemorate the 50th anniversary of King's visit to India.

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Beautiful Clay! :-)

Thanks for sharing this precious experiences. Let me close with a quote of Vinoba:

"The courage to penetrate and power to see clearly the meaning of things hidden beyond the situation prevailing around us and to act up to the discovered meaning is what is known as revolutionary insight ... Revolution can take place only where there is this power of penetrating insight."

If you want to be a rebel, be kind. Human-kind, be both.
Pancho
When was this written and is it published somewhere? Would like to note for future reference. Thank you!

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