Tara Singh was an early teacher of A Course in Miracles, though less well-known than others. Singh was raised in India, fluidly moving between devout Hinduism and political activism. In later years he grew very close to Jiddhu Krishnamurti, the influence of whom can clearly be seen in Singh’s ACIM teaching. He was also close to Helen Schucman, crediting her with helping shape his early understanding of what the course meant and how to practice it. This devotion and humility to the scribe distinguishes him somewhat from Wapnick (their approach to the material differend as well). Singh emphasized application of course principles, especially in a service setting. He and his followers – collectively the Joseph Plan Foundation – grew close to Mother Theresa, coordinating their own service with that of her order. Singh’s writing and thinking about the course are diverse and far-reaching. He was comfortable and fluent in many religious and philosophical traditions, writing essays and poetry alike.