Teaching, Learning and Sharing Spiritual Knowledge

“A wise man, whether teaching or learning, only wishes to learn or teach those things which are useful. He who merely has the appearance of wisdom, whether asking or answering questions, only deals with relatively trivial things. “A person who through the grace of God partakes of divine blessings is under an obligation to share…

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Looking Forward Gives Us Power and Hope

“Power comes of looking forward with hope of expecting and demanding the better things to come. That is the law of the Infinite Mind, and when we follow it we live in that mind. Nature buries her dead as quickly as possible and gets them out of sight. It is better, however, to say that…

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Family Learning of Marcus Aurelius and Us

“Of my grandfather Verus I have learned to be gentle and meek, and to refrain from all anger and passion. From the fame and memory of him that begot me I have learned both steadfastness and manlike behavior. Of my mother, I have learned to be religious, and bountiful; and to forbear, not only to…

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Reason, Knowledge, and Learning Truth

“When Reason speaks to you, hearken to what she says, and you shall be saved. Make good use of her utterances and you shall be as one armed. For the Lord has given you no better guide than Reason. … For Reason is a prudent minister, a loyal guide, and a wise counselor. … “Yet…

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