[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, c1942]
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Reading and rereading Thomas Kelly, a mystic and one of the Quaker Greats of the 20th century, is essential. Here are four short inspiring addresses he gave shortly before his death, on the reality of God and the spiritual world, prayer, and fellowship. Kelly's writing is scholarly, sweet, and authentically experiential all at the same time. He's the one who prescribes, in such a calm joyful matter-of-fact way, that we learn, by practicing, to live on two levels at once, paying the necessary attention to the world and simultaneously deep inside, offering oneself to God. It takes some years to get it going naturally, but keep at it, he advises cheerfully. Right. Kelly is very special.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 21
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