Living By Divine Law is Living in Joy, Peace, and Music

“The life of the person who is in accord with Divine Law is pure poetry, music, and song. That person is brave, resolute, and filled with noble and sublime feelings. Should one part with the law, one will become mistrustful, with concerns about everything: fear for one’s life, fearful that old age is coming and…

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When We Work Against God, We can’t Expect His Help

“We have cried against the god of truth because all his work . . . is eternal. These are against our spirits. For now we know that our souls will die in death. Then a voice came to them. Micheus and Michar and Mnesinous, who are over the holy baptism and the living water, were…

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Descent of the Soul Into the World of Matter

“Empedocles says that it is law for faulty souls to descend to this sphere, and that he himself was here because he turned a deserter, wandered from God, in slavery to a raving discord. … Pythagoras and his school seem to me to convey on this as in many other matters. … “We have to…

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The Hero of Myth and the Soul

The Hero of Myth “To have no heroes is to have no aspiration, to live on the momentum of the past, to be thrown back upon routine, sensuality, and the narrow self.” ~Charles Horton Cooley I like the TV show Henry Danger. I know it’s supposed to be a show for teens, but I also…

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