Los Angeles: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918.
Paperback. 6" X 4". 80pp. Wear to paper wraps with rubbing, toning, and light creasing to covers, corners, and edges. Dust-spotting to edges of text block. Inked and penciled notation to inside of rear cover. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound.
Annie Besant (1847-1933) was a British women's rights activist, socialist, writer, educator, and philanthropist.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
THERE is a stage in human evolution which immediately precedes the goal of human effort, and when this stage is passed through, man, as man, has nothing more to accomplish. He has become perfect; his human career is over. The great religions bestow on this Perfect Man different names, but, whatever the name, the same idea is beneath it; He is Mithra, Osiris, Krshna, Buddha; Christ - but he ever symbolises the Man made perfect. He does not belong to a single religion, a single nation, a single human family; he is not stifled in the wrappings of a single creed; everywhere he is the most noble, the most perfect ideal. Every religion proclaims him; all creeds have in him their justifications; he is the ideal towards which every belief strives, and each religion fulfils effectively its mission according to the clearness with which it illumines, and the precision with which it teaches the road whereby he may be reached.(Publisher). Good. Item #10806