The essence of divine wisdom is a universality that embraces all religions. “If man were to come out of the self-limiting veil that covers his eyes,” wrote Ghalib, “what glorious revelations he will see in every faith.” In this our quest for the Beyond, we cannot ignore the invaluable insights of the profound mystic minds of the much revered ages, seers and Sufi saints of the eastern religions, awakening us to the Divine. Simple, yet profound in its presentation of the ongoing dialogue between the Master and his disciples, the book compels the reader to delve deep, discover the power of silence within, come alive to the Self, foster a selfless love that rises above all inordinate cravings for persons, places and things, living in the present, detached from the fruit of our actions.
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imitation of Christ
in an ever-changing world, what does it mean to truly follow? for more than five centuries, Christians have found in the imitation of Christ a practical and yet profound answer. the answers you seek may lie there it, buy and read
The Confessions St. Augustine
Written in the waning days of the Roman era, Augustine's Confessions are the moving diary of a soul's journey. From his earliest memories of childhood, through his turbulent and licentious youth, to his resolute conversion at the age of 32, Augustine traces a pilgrimage of unbounded grace. throughout, he passionately addresses the spiritual questions that have engaged thoughtful minds since the beginning of time.
The five wounds of Jesus and personal transformation
For more than two millennia, the five wounds of Christ crucified have elicited a profound response on the part of artists and musicians and saints the world over.
Saint Augustine On Christian Belief
The seven works of Saint Augustine that are contained in this volume all deal with the problem of faith in God. They were written over the course of three decades, beginning with True Religion (390) and extending to the Enchiridion on Faith, Hope and Charity (c.421).