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This is the 36th in a long series of talks Eknath Easwaran gave on The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis. In this talk, Easwaran continues to read and discuss book 3, chapter 5, "Of the wonderful effects of divine love".

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Insightful and universal

An insightful and universal commentary on this classic Christian text. Easwaran's interpretation demonstrates how the timeless values and guidance in The Imitation of Christ are relevant and beneficial in our modern world. He references other spiritual traditions such as Hinduism and Buddhism which some Christian readers may not like but, in this reader's opinion, demonstrates the universality of the principals.