A True Christian

“But a Christian is of no sect. He can dwell in the midst of sects, and appear in their services, without being attached or bound to any. He hath but one knowledge, and that is Christ in him. He seeketh but one way, which is the desire always to do and teach that which is…

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Living Between Two Realities

“Now it is a paradox of human life, often observed even by the most concrete and unimaginative of philosophers, that man seems to be poised between two contradictory orders of Reality. Two planes of existence—or, perhaps, two ways of apprehending existence—lie within the possible span of his consciousness. that great pair of opposites which metaphysicians…

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Random Thoughts 5-24-2-15

I like the TV show Lab Rats, but I thought the idea of building an artificial island for the bionic academy was foolish considering the cost and the fact that there are many small natural islands that are unoccupied and could probably be bought for far less. I was really surprised, then, to learn this…

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Souls in a World of Matter

“Before the soul can see, the Harmony within must be attained, and fleshly eyes be rendered blind to all illusion. Before the soul can hear, the image (man) has to become as deaf to roarings as to whispers, to cries of bellowing elephants as to the silvery buzzing of the golden fire-fly. Before the soul…

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