Evelyn Underhill was an English writer who believed that everyday mysticism can be part of the experience of anyone who cares to nurture it, not just a saintly few. She taught that modern psychological discoveries enhance our awareness of God, rather than destroying it – a revolutionary idea at the time. In a sense, all God-seekers today are disciples of Evelyn Underhill. (Suzanne Schleck)

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