In Perennial questions" George Grimm presents us with a precious brief excerpt from his life-work. He takes us near to those sources that reveal the very path leading towadrs the solution to the fundamental religious problems. The religions themselves divide, says Grimm, "into religions of belief and cognitive or philosophical religions. Among the latter are the religion of a Socrates of a Plato and Plotinus, then that of the occidental mystics who likewise have elaborated their religious attitude through own cognition.
George Grimm (25th February 1868--- 26th August 1945) had first studied theology; then he devoted himself to jurisprudence and officiated as judge in Bavaria. His profound knowledge of the works of the German philosopher A. Schopenhauer (1788-1860) attracted his attention to the ancient Indian thought.More and more came to the fore George Grimm`s strong tendency to meditative introspection his writings and his practical realization of the Dhamma.