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His perceptions about Oriental Orthodoxy have to be true for anyone who is an Oriental Orthodox.

However, he is disappointed with the struggles within Orthodox Churches for power. His contributions at the second Vatican Council were valuable.

During this period, he worked hard for improvising the pattern of education, for bringing out a reconciliation platform for Chalcedon and non-Chalcedon Churches, for initiating better rapport between different Oriental Orthodox Churches liturgically and socially and many more such avenues particularly to take care of the poor and marginalized men and women.

Thus, he declared silently what is his mission and what should be the mission of each one of us. We have in this chapter his concepts about the proper orientation of Old Theological Seminary at Kottayam particularly in the light of deterioration of its spiritual base.

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Therefore, as soon as he took over the reins of the Seminary, he realigned the syllabus and curriculum in such a way that Oriental Orthodox faith and dogmas are prominent by underplaying its Protestant characteristics, which were there because of its affiliation to Seramboor University.

Further, he initiated Divyabodhanam program to educate laity in spirituality and Orthodoxy, Shruthy School of Music to improvise liturgical music and Sophia Center as a platform for studies of varied subjects. All these were indicative of a person who struggled to liberate of his community to absolute truth.

More than all what have been briefed hereinabove, this chapter is highly educative as we learn simple, but comprehensive explanations to terms like Sophia, the essence of Holy Qurbana, the person St Mary, the Feast of Easter, the meaning behind Resurrection and such many more topics. We also have certain interesting information that the concerned academic bigwigs with Seramboor University found his Doctoral Thesis unworthy and unacceptable; Fr Dr V C Samuel had to intervene with the system to make them realize their emptiness of thoughts.

We also have useful inputs as how he came up with a system to have dialogues with other religions to understand concepts mutually. He was ordained as metropolitan on February 16, Though suffering from a stroke on his left side, as also under an attack of leukemia His Grace was not to spend his days in seclusion.

During the days of Emergency in India, he analyzed the good and bad within this. He concentrated his efforts to enlighten the world to keep harmony with innovations in Science and Technology, but to challenge spending money in research projects that lead to destructions to normal living patterns. Protestant leaders within WCC were raising their objections to his thought processes, as they could not tolerate them on many counts.

He had no reservations in attacking them on their policies with which he could not tune up for the reason of convictions.

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He had developed his own independent views and stands on nuclear energy and its utilization, ecumenical vision and its practicalities, peace and justice and their futility because of the poor distanced by the rich as a matter of policy community wise and nation wise and failure in implementation of political ideologies to suit the betterment of the have-nots.

He had taken a keen interest in Perestroika and Glasnost and had become friendly with Russian leader Michael Gorbachev, yet criticizing him wherever his policies affected the poor badly. He was not at all scared to address top leaders of nations and openly exposing their wrong stands that would have hampered the common people; his scathing speech with the Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawk on the dais was one classic example of his forthrightness and lack of fear. His stint with WCC served in another dimension too that many self-centered Protestants came to understand what Orthodoxy was.

A comment by Fr Dr T J Joshua appearing on page of this volume perhaps sums up all these personality traits inherent in him. Perhaps, his post stroke days were spiritually enchanting in as much as that he had come up with lot of enlightening thoughts. He could ascertain convincingly to those who listened to him that those who pass away from this world have continuous affinity for the good.

His views on post death scenario appear in very simple language in pages and He held on to the thought that Church and its members looked forward to Bishops who were good enough to provide them spiritual nourishment.

He was quite convinced that Holy Spirit worked or interfered among creations not bothering whether they were Christians or not, but many Christians thought otherwise, claiming Holy Spirit as their private possession. He believed that the diversity religions in India were a true pointer to develop a healthy religious culture thereby exposing the hollowness of Western Theological concepts.

He was keen to admonish all sorts of exploitations on creations. This chapter winds up with a reasonably long treatise on how His Grace formatted his person. The first annexure is a sort of witnessing what his true mission was; when he comments on his mission, there is an obvious pointer that the same could be ours as well. May be, some readers may find this review a bit lengthy, which I do admit and confess.

However, a not too small treatise is found necessary to highlight the coverage in a right perspective that a reader who may not get time to read this volume fully gets to know the inside story that he is benefitted to some extent at least and may get prompted to read it fully, albeit gradually. Moreover, one learns what is true humanity, what does one perceive by social justice and peace, what does it mean by equality, what does it mean by exploitation and above all, how to love co creations.

In short, anyone who is still wavering about his mission in life gets the right answer from His Grace. You even get an answer to your worries as how to confront tribulations in life. As I have indicated at the very beginning, more that a biography, this volume is a true dissection of the person His Grace Dr Paulose Mar Gregoriose. I do congratulate Joice Thottakkadu for this wonderfully useful work.

Yet, with the permission of Joice Thottakkadu, I would like to add a couple of points for the benefit of readers. As one completes reading the very first chapter, there are inferences that all was not well within the family.

His mother was mentally unstable and his father, understandably upset over this.

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Naturally, the family atmosphere was not very joyful. However, there is no mention of the passing away of his parents. In fact, his father passed away on November 22, when Paul Varghese was serving in Ethiopia. Probably, he could not come to attend the funeral. This was a time when the Church disputes were over and peace prevailed. Later, just four weeks after he was ordained as an Episcopa, his mother passed away.

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That was on March 12, However, the suicides of his mother and father back home made him a nervous wreck. Reading and writing were the only sources of comfort in a life of isolation and depression.

Every few months, he travelled all over India constantly seeking new experiences. Encouraged by Malayalam poet Aatroor Ravi Varma, who sensitised him to the delicate balance between art and life, Jeyamohan kept up his dialogue with writers, artists, spiritual thinkers and political philosophers, and was soon starting to get published in literary journals in Tamil and Malayalam.

In , the journal Kollippaavai published his poem Kaidhi 'The Prisoner'.

In the same year, Nadhi 'The River was published in Kanaiyazhi with a critical mention from writer Asokamithran. Critics heaped praise on Padugai for its evocative narrative that wove together myths and contemporary visuals. Jeyamohan wrote his first full-fledged novel Rubber in and then re-edited and published it in The novel won the Akilan Memorial prize for its path-breaking portrayal of the ecological and sociological impact of rubber cultivation in the South Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Jeyamohan's speech at the awards function was heralded as a defining moment in Tamil literary criticism history, and he further developed those ideas in Novel , an exploration of the art form and its ideologies, and Naveena Thamizhilakkiya Arimugam, a comprehensive introduction to modernist Tamil literature.

Jeyamohan was introduced to Arunmozhi Nangai as a reader, and soon their relationship developed into love, culminating in their marriage in Son Ajithan was born in and daughter Chaitanya in The family's love and support stabilised Jeyamohan, and his writing started reaching newer heights in vision, theme and scope.

The family moved to Dharmapuri , Padmanabhapuram and finally settled down in Nagercoil. During this phase, Jeyamohan commenced work on some of his most complex classical pieces, ideas which had been germinating for almost a decade.

In , Jeyamohan met Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati which proved to be a turning point in his spiritual journey.

The dialogues with the Guru opened new views into the body of Indian thought, which culminated in the magnum opus Vishnupuram in Jeyamohan continued his frequent travels throughout India as a common man, in order to sustain the integrity of his narrative and to gain intimate knowledge of the fabric that kept the nation together despite the vastness of its size and differences in culture.

He is one of the few authors to have travelled and witnessed first-hand regional conflicts, droughts and political problems that underlay issues like Naxalism in tribal areas. His experiences convinced him of the continuing relevance of Gandhian idealism and non-violence as the sensible alternative to naked capitalism and militant socialism. The leftist in him had been saddened by the collapse of the Soviet Union in , and a decade long introspection on the nature of power and self-righteousness found expression in Pin Thodarum Nizhalin Kural in The novel resonates with audiences even today with its incisive analysis of self-appointed destiny makers and the movements that they create.

Kaadu was an exploration of the forest landscape as a metaphor for lust and the vigor of life. Critics have universally praised it for the latitude it allows for reader's imagination and interpretation.

In , his readership circle created the Vishnupuram Ilakkiya Vattam to broadbase the readership for serious literature in Tamil Nadu and to reward under-recognized pioneers of Tamil literature. At a time when India was rocked by huge bribery and political scandals, [9] during heated discussions on the nature and purpose of government, Jeyamohan took an opportunity to introspect and re-evaluate his integrity, values and commitment to the position that the humanitarian ideal far surpassed any other ideal as held by scriptures or law.

The result was a set of short-stories, titled 'Aram', that explored the high-idealism that is possible in man. As part of the debates, Jeyamohan produced some of his best essays on literary standards and criticism during this period. Recognizing the possibility of losing some of these important works, Jeyamohan's friend and writer Cyril Alex [13] created the author's website for consolidating the author's works.

Over the decade, the website has become an important repository of the author's essays.

The author follows an innovative publishing model in which he serialises all new content on the website and allows free access, while simultaneously offering hardbacks and paperbacks through publishers. More significantly, the website allows the author to freely engage in discussions with thousands of readers on the axioms that govern his works and thought.

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Krishnamurthy, and the Dalit visionary Iyothee Thass.Chathravum Chamaravum - M. As I have indicated at the very beginning, more that a biography, this volume is a true dissection of the person His Grace Dr Paulose Mar Gregoriose.

The long years at Kalladaikurichi laid the firm foundation of his future greatness. Shortly thereafter, Fr Paul Varghese commenced associating himself with World Council of Churches lasting almost a quarter century. Ramayanam - Thunchath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan Poetry