Pendle Hill Pubns (1990), Paperback, 31 pages
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Dart finds that the Hindu Upanishads express many insights in common with early Quakers. She cites many similarities between Hindu and Quaker thought, and finds that mystics in both traditions would recognize each other and find unity with each other. This is interesting material, but seems too superficial.
0875742890 / 9780875742892
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 289
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