Linda George served in full-time pastoral ministry for almost 30 years, 21 of which were as an active duty Army chaplain, endorsed by The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Since the fall of 2006, she has focused most of her energies on writing, research, teaching, and singing as a professional vocal soloist. She is working on a PhD dissertation on Rabindranath Tagore, whose lifelong passion was taking music, dance, drama, and poetry to the poorest illiterate villagers to break the caste system and increase self-esteem.

 


The Indian Bard and the Beloved
Rabindranath Tagore Poet, Mystic, and Reformer

 When he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, almost no one beyond the shores of India had ever heard of him. Within a few years, his reputation worldwide equaled that of his dear friend Mohandas Gandhi...

Summer 2009 Issue

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