Letters that Have Helped Me
An attorney by profession, Judge was a cofounder of the Theosophical Society, and until his death in 1896 labored indefatigably in furtherance of its prime objective: universal brotherhood. Deeply versed in the philosophy, he combined common sense with intuitive insight, thus yielding a practicality of approach rarely encountered today.
Here, in clear language, are described the landmarks, pitfalls, agonies, and joys that form the road of natural spiritual unfoldment. Drawing from the timeless theosophy of mankind, William Q. Judge shows unmistakably that our need is not to escape from the world in search of spirit, but to help transform the world – and ourselves – through the constant effort to apply compassion, wisdom, and altruism in daily life.
The letters in the first volume, published in 1891 under the pen name “Z”, were written by Judge to a friend and co-worker, Mrs. Julia Campbell Ver Planck – “Jasper Niemand”. Also included is Volume Two, posthumously published in 1905, which was compiled from letters by Judge to correspondents in many parts of the world
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