The sovereign purpose of this anthology, as the editor reminds us, is to reawaken a sense of man's sacred vocation. -- Harry Oldmeadow, La Trobe University Bendigo, and author of Traditionalism: Religion in the Light of the Perennial Philosophy
[The] leading perennialist authors direct the reader ... to that 'spiritual anthropology' which is the universal heritage of mankind. -- Whitall N. Perry, author of A Treasury of Traditional Wisdom, and Challenges to a Secular Society
About the Author
He is a published poet and has edited Every Branch in Me: Essays on the Meaning of Man, in the Perennial Philosophy series and is in the process of editing, with Patrick Laude, Music of the Sky: An Anthology of Sacred Poetry, scheduled for publication in the Fall of 2003 in the Treasures of the World's Religions Series. His writing style combines the lyrical beauty of a poet, the penetrating metaphysical understanding of a scholar, and the personal insights of a spiritual seeker.