I finished reading Living Buddha, Living Christ and it was phenomenal. I really liked the parallels drawn between the buddha/christ. felt very wholesome and positive.

any further recommendations about a universal nature of spirituality?

I might try some Merton after Suzuki and THIS


@Lostpilgrim sweet. I have Zen and the Birds of Appetite. and will get to it when I can. is that a decent starting point?

@markjperkins merton gives some depth and perspectives that helped me along the way. His study of early Jesuit priests on how they viewed zen and many of the practices proved to bare amazing fruit.... yet the rest of the academic religious world saw only evil of anything different. Inwill get that birds of appetite and have a read. I also found Dr Wayne Dyer good to listen too with Taoism and crossing across all boundaries.

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