Prayer Fashions Man: Frithjof Schuon on the Spiritual Life
The great 20th century metaphysician Frithjof Schuon was also a spiritual master familiar with the spiritual struggles of modern seekers. He once wrote, To be a human being means to be connected with God; life has no meaning without this. This human vocation means that until we find a personal connection with God we are not able to connect with the innermost being that lies locked up within the human heart. Schuon's simplest solution to all people of all religious persuasions: You must pray, always pray.
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