>Von: Rickard A Parker <[log in to unmask]>
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>Betreff: Re: memory (and dreams) in TWL
>Datum: Die, 22. Mai 2001 19:19 Uhr
>Tom K wrote:
>> (iv) Eliot's quote about his flirtation with Eastern religion suggests
>> that, but for the serendipity of being born Western, he might have
>> been more comfortable as a buddhist. This is tough to square,
>> rationally, with a faith that proclaims Jesus Christ as Lord of all;
>A long time ago I read a lot by Alan Watts who was well known for his
>introductions to Eastern thought. Early in his career he was an
>Anglican priest and in 1950 his book "Myth and Ritual in Christianity"
>was published. I found this book excellent in presenting Christian
>rituals and thought in a way that reconciles at lot of the way East
>and West thinks.
> Rick Parker
>The URL of the day is: http://www.alanwatts.com/library1.html
*The Wisdom of Insecurity* (Pantheon books, 1950) by Alan W. Watts is a book
I re-read every now and then.