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Einstein and religion

I cannot conceive of a personal God who would directly influence the actions of individuals, or would directly sit in judgment on creatures of his own creation. I cannot do this in spite of the fact that mechanistic causality has, … Continue reading

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He who knows Love…

He who knows Love–becomes Love, and his eyes Behold Love in the heart of everyone, Even the loveless: as the light of the sun Is one with all it touches. He is wise With undivided wisdom, for he lies In … Continue reading

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The feminine principle – lV

In previous posts on the feminine principle we noted that, in Wagner’s opera Tristan and Isolde, Life was linked with desire, and Love with death, and further that man can be redeemed only by and through woman. The theme in … Continue reading

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No creation and no destruction

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Neo-Advaita, Truth and tradition

The problem (the validity or truth of what is included under the term Neo-Advaita) is complex, as I see it, and I don’t think there is a simple, straightforward answer, only a global answer or answers, with some needed nuances … Continue reading

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When the ‘doer’ thinks he has a grip on reality, when he is more or less satisfied with his small world, or, on the contrary, fights that same world in so many ways, then Grace seems to be blocked, indiferent … Continue reading

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A spark of pure love…

A spark of pure love is more precious before God, more useful for the soul and more rich in benedictions for the Church than all the other works taken together, even if, according to appearances, one does nothing. – St … Continue reading

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