The Imitation of Christ is one of the most enduring of the Christian documents. Reflecting on a famous passage, Easwaran explores what it means to make Jesus’ love come alive in our everyday lives.
Drawing on his extensive experience as a teacher of meditation and an authority on the mystical tradition, Easwaran shows what love is, how to love more effectively, and how we can strengthen our capacity to love. This book includes an essay on Thomas à Kempis and mysticism in the late Middle Ages.
The revised second edition (July 2017) has a new cover, minor corrections, and a comfortable new size and updated interior layout.