Edward Salim Michael
Edward Salim Michael was imbued with what is sometimes called “eternal philosophy,” “philosophia perennis,” or the transcendent unity of religions.
Evidently, he had arrived at that central point from which the great religions can be viewed as converging roads all which permit to reach beyond relative forms.
I am aware of the universal spirit which enabled Edward Salim Michael to unite humanity’s great traditions into the same discourse and the same practice. Today, in our state of antagonistic separation, is there any more urgent task than to bring together in harmony what has been riven asunder?
Jean Pierre Schnetzler Autor of «La méditation bouddhique» (Buddhist Meditation)