On Love. Freely adapted from the Tibetan by A. R. Orage

On Love. Freely adapted from the Tibetan by A. R. Orage was first published in The New Republic (New York) in December 1924, then as a 24 page book by The Unicorn Press in 1932, this has became Orage’s most anthologised essay. It is said that Orage wrote this text after a late night conversation with Gurdjief, which he was introduced to by Ouspensky in 1922 – this is another incredible and somehow sad story you might want to dig into. The Wikipedia article on Orage is a good place to start.

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On Love A. R. Orage