A Muddy Sprout
Starting with a Midrash about “truth being flung into the soil,” veracity is described as the hard-won harvest of difficult struggles. In London during World War II, Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler struggled to define man’s inborn inclination toward truth, which in community China, “qiu shi”—truth seeking—went from being a slogan to the title of the party’s propaganda journal. Nonetheless, Chinese scholars continue to look for the seeds of truthfulness both in history as well as in the still obscured archives of the Great Famine and the Cultural Revolution.
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