Light Upon The Path | Softback


With over 60 pieces of writing spanning the years from 1906 to 1968 plus copious selections from his letters to Sir David Russell, this book by Paul Fletcher gives a comprehensive insight into the life and work of Wellesley Tudor Pole.
These timeless writings provide priceless insights for contemporary seekers.



Rosamond Lehmann said of Wellesley Tudor Pole "Not unlike William Blake, he combines simplicity, warmth of nature and stringent humour with intellectual vigor; his mysticism, like Blake's, is practical and joyous"
Reading this collection of WTP's unpublished writings , it is possible to gain more insight into his philosophy, perceptions, wisdom and why he wrote up to 200 letters a day with decisive clarity.
The book covers the early writings, the first world war years, the Sapphire Blue Bowl,  creating the Silent Minute during the second world war, the Quest and Chalice Well, with commentary from Paul Fletcher.

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