Life and Religion: And Aftermath from the Writings of the Right Honourable Professor F. Max Müller
Book Tree, 1995 - 237 páginas
Muller was the most respected religious authority of his time. He translated The Upanishads and edited a massive collection of work called The Sacred Books of the East. Compiled in this volume is the most important quotes and excerpts from his lifes work. Covers most religions, including Christianity, but does not attempt to promote any one religious agendahe simply advises us about life in a spiritual sense. He understood the human soul, and knew how to put one in touch with it through words. Compiled by his wife, Georgina, shortly after his passing, and first published in 1905. Filled with more wisdom than you could find most anywhere; a rare and special work brought back.
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