Kabir, born in fifteenth-century India, is held in veneration as poet, saint, and guru by Hindus and Muslims alike. His family were Muslim weavers, a class considered low and unclean. In his verse, he was sharply critical of hypocrisy, greed and violence, especially among religious people. He denounced the caste system and proclaimed the equality of all human beings, urging his listeners to direct experience of truth. To Christians engaged in inter-faith dialogue he offers points of unity in upholding common values.
Kabir: The Way of Love and Paradox
LENGTH: 26 pages
Fairacres Publication FP061
Kabir, a fifteenth-century Indian poet and guru, was critical of hypocrisy, greed and violence, denounced the caste system and proclaimed the equality of all.
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Sister Rosemary SLG entered the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God in 1971 and was Reverend Mother from 1996-2007. She was Editor of SLG Press for a number of years.
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