Vedanta comes to the West not to supplant any religion, but to bring a more tangible spirituality to those who seek it. Its goal is to to help man realize the divinity within him. In that it claims, not without reason, to be the most practical of religious philosophies. And that practicality is what Swami Prabhavananda successfully conveys in his remarkably fine and lucid interpretation of qThe Sermon on the Mountq. Beautiful as this interpretation is in itself, it is presented by Swami Prabhavananda not as a far-off, scarcely attainable ideal, which is the way most occidentals read the Sermon, but as a practical program of daily living and conduct. So clear is the Swami's reading of this great scripture, that many a Christian by means of it will discover a simpler approach to the teaching of his Master, more direct than any he had found.If he teaches the knowledge of God without having that knowledge himself, he is like the blind leading the blind. But it is ... However, we must do this, not as philanthropy or service to mankind, but as service to God out of love for God. There isanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Sermon On the Mount According to Vedanta|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-07-09|