This week our discussion group begins Ranier Maria Rilke’s masterpiece Love and Other Difficulties, considered by many to be among the finest books on love ever written. But what is it really about, sexual love, emotional love or objective love? The group jumps right into the politics of relationship, and Whitley gently tries to draw them into a discussion of the higher form of love that Anne calls "objective love" and identifies as the fundamental building block of reality, calling it an "explosive yearning toward being."

Next week, we go deeper into esoteric Christianity when we begin Maurice Nicoll’s brilliant study of the gospels, the New Man.


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