I recently downloaded this ebook from a public domain site (the book is nearly 
100 year old) and I have to say I'm very impressed with it. Underhill was an 
ANglo-Catholic, but her main focus is on how anyone can appreciate the 
mysticism of everyday life by seeing the world as it is, without 
categorization. I think this sounds very Zen, and I wonder if anyone else had 
read it.


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