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It did not mitigate the need for him to work in the real world of human complexities and vulnerabilities, but it did provide him with some tools for the inner knowing that was as much a part of his hunger for spiritual development as it was a need for person-to-person intimacy. In other words, the research was motivated out of academic curiosity rather than a desire to apply the research findings to the proselytizing efforts of the religions. It is perhaps summarized as an attitude which rejects focus on immaterial differences and instead gives respect to those beliefs held in common.

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