The Practice of Neighborliness
By Emanuel Swedenborg
Translated by W.F. Wunch
Edited by William Ross Woofenden
Swedish visionary Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) considered charity — in the sense of doing good for others with no thought of reward — one of the foundations of religious practice. This short, practical guide gives the reader a handbook for compassionate living. Read more
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Charity is not only about giving to those in need, but in a broader sense about loving your neighbor and doing good things for other people without thought of reward. So wrote Swedish visionary Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), who believed that charity, along with faiths, was part of the foundation of spiritual practice.
This work combines two of Swedenborg’s unpublished manuscripts to form a practical, inspirational handbook for applying the principle of doing good to daily life.