Derek Lamar's Spiritual Quote of the Day - October 2011
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Monday ~ October 31, 2011
All the old traditions tell us that there is more than one path to the Great Goal. Just as there is more than one road up every great mountain, and yet all roads meet at the top, so in the Spiritual Quest there are several roads, all of which lead in due season to the One Great End. There is the path of knowledge. True knowledge of Divine things is one of the appointed paths to attainment; but that path is by no means for everyone. And there is the pathway of action -- of organized activity, perhaps one had better say -- and the world needs this too; but this again usually calls for a special gift, and special circumstances in which to apply it. And there are others. The shortest and the easiest pathway of all is the Pathway of Love. This really is the Royal Road to the attainment of the Great Goal. It is the simplest of all the paths, and it is the most direct and the easiest too. And it is the one pathway which is open to all, everywhere, irrespective of what their personal conditions or surrounding circumstances may be. For everyman, everywhere, the true Initiation, through the Yoga of Love, awaits every day. ~ Emmet Fox (The Yoga of Love, 1933)
Life is existence, and this is the Truth of Being. ~ Emmet Fox
Sunday ~ October 30, 2011
Whether through psychedelic short-cut or via the awesome self-discipline of Zen, the search is universal, if at times self-defeating and psychologically destructive. There is simply no energy left for doctrinal hairsplitting, or even for church-related social and political action. The search is the main thing. But it has to be narrowed to some kind of a view of revitalized structuring. At the same time, in the mind-boggling plurality of religious forums today, there is a chance for every man to expand his God-consciousness and pursue his quest even as if through a glass darkly. ~ Thane of Hawaii (Leap Into Sanity, 1971)
Even if we look through a glass darkly...pray we keep looking...
Saturday ~ October 29, 2011
... a simple rule, and easy to remember. When I, a thoughtful and unbiased Presbyterian, examine the Koran, I know that beyond any question every Mohammedan is insane; not in all things, but in religious matters. When a thoughtful and unbiased Mohammedan examines the Westminster Catechism, he knows that beyond any question I am spiritually insane. I cannot prove to him that he is insane, because you never can prove anything to a lunatic --- for that is a part of his insanity and the evidence of it. He cannot prove to me that I am insane, for my mind has the same defect that afflicts his. All Democrats are insane, but not one of them knows it; none but the Republicans and Mugwumps know it. All the Republicans are insane, but only the Democrats and Mugwumps can perceive it. The rule is perfect: in all matters of opinion our adversaries are insane. When I look around me, I am often troubled to see how many people are mad. ~ Mark Twain (from his book titled: Christian Science, 1907)
Don't go away mad... just go away
Friday ~ October 28, 2011
"Do not follow where a path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Let your inner voice guide you where you haven't yet gone... DL
Thursday ~ October 27, 2011
"In the beginning, we might have embarked upon the path of Buddhism thanks to a belief in reincarnation, but as we continue to practice and touch reality, our beliefs change. We needn't be afraid of this. In the course of our study and practice, as we touch reality more and more deeply, our beliefs naturally evolve and become more solid. When our beliefs are based on our own direct experience of reality and not on notions offered by others, no one can remove these beliefs from us. Makin a long-term commitment to a concept is much more dangerous. If ten years pass without the growth of our belief, one day we will wake up and discover that we can no longer believe in what we did. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh (Living Buddha, Living Christ, 1995)
Sometimes change is as subtle as realizing that the light I see is now me
Wednesday ~ October 26, 2011
"Wait a minute. You didn't tell me anything. Where are you going?" He stopped, turned back, and said, "Did this man have only one leg?" "Yes, the other one was wooden." "Did he wear a heavy gown with a big rope around it tied at the waistline?" I was excited, "Yes. Yes." He pointed to his lips. "Whistle?" "Yes. Yes. That's him!" "He has been dead for a long time now. He was a hermit who lived on a small island over there." He pointed to the horizon. "No," I said, shocked. "No. It's impossible. I met him last night. He even gave me the whistle" The old man wasn't looking at me, but he had a funny smile on his face that reminded me of something. "It is not the answer you want to know. It is the question you need to ask," he murmured. I noticed he walked with a funny gait as he turned and started away. He was an old madman, and I didn't think it would do me any good to follow him. I was out after midnight the following night. The streets were empty, and a slow but steady rain was coming down. I was completely soaked as I walked along, carrying a bag full of leftover meat and liver gathered from the butches. I stopped in the same place I had first met him. I put his whistle to my lips and blew. I heard no sound, but the cats came from everywhere. I was happy but not surprised. I fed them and talked to them. Then I moved to another corner. I did the same thing night after night. He never returned. I did not find out any answer about him, but I don't have any questions left either. ~ Nevit O. Ergin (Tales of a Modern Sufi: The Invisible Fence of Reality and Other Stories, 2009)
All things, the wind, the rocks, the animals have Truth embedded in their being for us to discover for it is within our being already... DL
Tuesday ~ October 25, 2011
It was getting dark. Pretty soon I could hear the cricket through the window. I tried to ask questions the rest of the evening, but everytime I said something, he answered in a way that did not seem apropos. It dawned on me later that I should have just kept quiet and listened. He was reciting something to my friend.
"Nothing has ever been created." he said. "Creation never took place. Just tell me if there is any evidence or explanation of it. The assumption of creation is the source of man's trouble. Time and place lock people into a reality that is not real."
I had some burning questions for him. When I got his attention, I asked, "Who are you? How can you be here.. and there? Didn't I meet you at the trading post? And who is the lady with the red velvet dress?"
His answer was the same, his voice very slow and monotonous. "Do you have any evidence of creation? If you believe in it, you will never perceive things as they really are. You are a slave of your existence, of your time-space perception." ~ Nevit O. Ergin (Tales of a Modern Sufi: The Invisible Fence of Reality and Other Stories, 2009)
As above, so below... as the mind perceives, so it is... DL
Monday ~ October 24, 2011
Leonardo da Vinci: "Everybody placed in the luminous air spreads out in circles and fills the surrounding space with infinite likeness of itself and appears all in all and all in every part."
The flower garland sutra echoes this mystical tradition... "In the heaven of hidra, there is said to be a network of pearls, so arranged that if you look at one you see all the others reflected in it. In the same way each object in the world is not merely itself but involves every other object, and in fact is every other object."
And Krishnamurti's theme: "You are the world, the observer is the observed." Unlike the looking-glass scientists he takes this insight directly into the realms of psychology, spirit, and the human condition. He offers no methodology for salvation, instead insisting that it is our search for methodologies that leads to fragmentation. He insists that if each individual will give attention to the fragmentations in his own consciousness, he will alter the consciousness of mankind." above related by John P. Briggs, Ph.D., F. David Peat, Ph.D. (in The Looking Glass Universe)
Similarly Jesus said: "Why do you observe the splinter in your brother's eye and never notice the plank in your own? How dare you say to your brother, 'Let me take the splinter out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own? ...Take the plank out of your own eye first, and then you will see clearly enough to take the splinter out of your brother's eye." (Matthew 7:3-5)
This is the translation of appearances by seeing the whole, the true. To translate is to perceive reality in its complete and whole state rather than by believing the fragmented ideas which appear to us as sense testimony. This process of "translating" is a natural process which is seeing clearly. It is to perceive lucidly. Like David Bohm's implicate and explicate the looking glass theory unfolds perfectly. Since the beginning of time man has looked at wholeness and divided it up to discover the parts. To "translate" is the process by which one can perceive the parts and rediscover the wholeness. This is the discovering of the whole truth, and in doing that the truth will make you free. ~ Derek Lamar
As above, so below... may it be on earth as it is in heaven
Sunday ~ October 23, 2011
"The languages of wholeness may be similarly puzzling. We sense what they mean and then the meaning eludes us. They are like vague forms emerging out of the mist -- out of the twentieth century science." ~ John P. Briggs, Ph.D., F. David Peat, Ph.D. (The Looking Glass Universe)
"But this is 21st century thinking we are discovering. And we must begin to operate in it now if we are going to cross the threshold into the new age." ~ Derek Lamar, 1986
"Wholeness is the template and what we perceive of it is so much less, and that means we only perceive a part of wholeness. But just as a part of infinity is finite, a part of Whole is less that whole, which is incomplete. As above so below is the reality we are working toward as the master plan of achievement. To perceive the whole here and now because that is reality. In truth there is no below, there is only the here and now and it is whole if we but reach out and touch it." ~ Derek Lamar, 2003
One giant leap for mankind
Not only must we touch it, we must cognize that it is us. ~ D.L.
Saturday ~ October 22, 2011
Magical images have often been employed for the amiable purpose of winning love. Thus to shoot an arrow into the heart of a clay image was an ancient Hindu method of securing a woman's affections; while the Chippeway Indians used to prick the hearts of images of those whose love they wished to win and insert magical powders into the punctures, meanwhile addressing the effigies by the names of the persons they represented and bidding them requite their affection. Similarly too ancient witches and wizards used to melt wax in fire in order to make the hearts of their sweethearts melt of love. Such customs still commonly observed in some parts of Catholic Europe, are interesting because they shew how in later times magic comes to be incorporated with religion. The moulding of wax images of ailing members is in its origin purely magical: the prayer to the Virgin or to a saint is purely religious: the combination of the two is a crude, if pathetic, attempt to turn both magic and religion to account for the benefit of the sufferer. ~ Sir James George Frazer (The New Golden Bough, 1890)
When love is not immediately realized, it turns one's soul as easy as their heart... DL
Friday ~ October 21, 2011
"Man is basically greedy, lazy, and self-indulgent and seeks every opportunity to avoid tasks that need effort. Physical effort is less difficult than mental effort, and effort on a developmental level more difficult still. Mental discipline is a product of determined discipline. It is no accident that some have it and some not. If you are prepared to struggle with yourself, good; otherwise seek an easier way, which will lead you nowhere but give you an idea that life's mysteries are open to you." (Hassan Kerbali) ~ Rafael Lefort (The Teachers of Gurdjieff, 1967)
When the student is ready... the teaching appears
Thursday ~ October 20, 2011
The person who has a feeling of prosperity has a feeling that life is working with him and not against him. The prosperity state of mind can produce not only an abundance of wealth but health and right action as well. When one arrives at an awareness of prosperity it flows over into every part of that person's experience so that he or she is prosperous over-all. One becomes prosperous in business, in family relationships, in romantic relationships and, generally, good health is part of the package. Money is not the only evidence of prosperity thinking but it surely is one of the many by-products of a prosperity state of mind. ~ Jack and Cornelia Addington (All About Prosperity And How You Can Prosper, 1984)
Knowing the Truth of Reality is to experience the Wealth of Infinity
Wednesday ~ October 19, 2011
The Law of Life is like a mirror. It reflects back to you the images of your thoughts in exactly the way you think them. You cannot say that It is little or that It gives you but a small portion of Itself when your own thought patterns are limiting this gift. Life has already delivered everything It has to you. But in your personal experiences even that which It has given must, of necessity, be limited to that which you take. It is, then, of greatest value to learn how to receive more abundantly. Just as one studying the piano patiently goes over his lesson until finally his action becomes automatic, so in using the Life Principle you must be patient with yourself. You must learn to strike the right chord. The right chord is always one of harmony. ~ Ernest Holmes (This Thing Called Life, 1943)
Tuesday ~ October 18, 2011
Taking what one wants is not the same thing as being open and receiving that which comes to you. It is a matter of internal perspective. To be open is to be receptive. It is this state of consciousness which creates a vacuum that allows for "more" into one's life. Giving is an important part of this process, even if the giving means a giving up of ideas which one has held on to that block the opening within oneself through which they might receive. ~ Dr. Derek Lamar
I will call this higher part of the universe by the name of God. We and God have business with each other; and in opening ourselves to His influence our deepest destiny is fulfilled. ~ William James
And in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make. ~ Lennon / McCartney
Monday ~ October 17, 2011
As Viktor Frankl observed from within the concentration camp: "I became disgusted with the state of affairs which compelled me, daily and hourly, to think of only such trivial things. I forced my thoughts to turn to another subject. Suddenly I saw myself standing on the platform of a well-lit, warm and pleasant lecture room. In front of me sat an attentive audience on comfortable upholstered seats. I was giving a lecture on the psychology of the concentration camp! All that oppressed me at that moment became objective, seen and described from the remote viewpoint of science. By this method I succeeded somehow in rising above the situation, above the sufferings of the moment, and I observed them as if they were already of the past. Both I and my troubles became the object of an interesting psychoscientific study undertaken by myself. What does Spinoza say in his Ethics? 'Emotion, which is suffering, ceases to be suffering as soon as we form a clear and precise picture of it.'" ~ Viktor Frankl (Man's Search For Meaning)
Be still and know that I AM Consciousness
Sunday ~ October 16, 2011
Through self knowledge you begin to find out what is God, what is truth, what is that state which is timeless. Your teacher may pass on to you the knowledge which he received from his teacher, and you may do well in your examinations, get a degree and all the rest of it; but, without knowing yourself as you know your own face in the mirror, all other knowledge has very little meaning. Learned people who don't know themselves are really unintelligent; they don't know what thinking is, what life is. That is why it is important for the educator to be educated in the true sense of the word, which means that he must know the workings of his own mind and heart, see himself exactly as he is in the mirror of relationship. Self-knowledge is the beginning of wisdom. In self-knowledge is the whole universe; it embraces all the struggles of humanity. ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
...that you might discover your world.
Saturday ~ October 15, 2011
It would clearly be a mistake to think of St. Thomas Aquinas, and even more of a mistake St. Augustine, as Clement-types or extreme rationalists in theology. Nevertheless, they do represent a strain of thinkers within the Christian tradition who, though acknowledging the final authority of revelation, theologize with a distinctly intellectualist bent. Their theologies are classic examples of fides quaerens intellectum, "faith in search of understanding." Of course, we have already seen this principle at work in the birth of St. Anselm's Ontological Argument.
St. Thomas inherited from Greek philosophy an interest in man as a rational being. According to that tradition, and especially Plato and Aristotle, there is implanted in all men a natural appetite for knowledge, and it is by virtue of his reason that man is elevated above all other creatures. Everything has its proper good or end, and man's proper end is rational activity. Contemplation and the pursuit of knowledge actualizes, enhances, and perfects man's essential nature and happiness. It is clear that Thomas adopts this understanding of man when he says, "Among all human pursuits, the pursuit of wisdom is more perfect, more noble, more useful, and more full of joy." More specifically, he derived his doctrine from the Aristotelian conception of reality that came finally to exert so much influence over the entire Thomistic system. God, the highest reality, is pure form or actuality; in him there is no matter or unrealized potency. This means, in a word, that God is pure intelligence. Now insofar as man is possessed of intelligence, he partakes, says Aristotle, in the life of the gods. Thomas agrees with Aristotle that the ancient poets were simply wrong when they insisted, "It ill befits a mortal to think immortal thoughts." It behooves us, rather, to soar as high as our intellect can take us, thereby realizing and exercising as much as possible the divine element within us. ~ L. Miller, Editor (God and Reason: A Historical Approach To Philosophical Theology)
To reason takes us to the door through which we walk into our own Divinty
Friday ~ October 14, 2011
How, precisely did life begin? What physical and chemical processes can transform nonliving matter into a living organism? This much tougher problem remains one of the great scientific challenges of our age. It is currently being tackled by an army of chemists, biologists, astronomers, physicists, and mathematicians. On the basis of their research, many of them fervently conclude that the laws of nature are, to put it bluntly, rigged in favor of life. They expect that life will form wherever conditions permit --- not just on Mars, but throughout the universe; and, more provocatively, in a test tube. If they are right, it will mean that life is part of the natural order of things, and that we are not alone. ~ Paul Davies (The Fifth Miracle: The Search for the Origin and Meaning of Life, 1999)
Consciousness is life, and life is consciousness... all that exists is thought
Thursday ~ October 13, 2011
A picture is worth a thousand words but a word contains a thousand pictures. ~ Dr. Derek Lamar (Q.M.I.)
All that I perceive is consciousness, all that I see is me... DL
Wednesday ~ October 12, 2011
The emerging new image of the human being is in large part a result of a movement under way to shift from preoccupation with the separation of reality into parts to an increased awareness of the essential unity of all reality. I believe we will move even beyond a sense of unity to the realization that reality is actually synergetic in nature. ~ L. Robert Keck (The Spirit of Synergy)

To cultivate one's soul is then the quest that will back up the skills of the eyes, the ears, the hands and the body with the synergetic power of the mind and ultimately will cast aside the cages of separateness. Separateness is a peculiar invention of man and it is a menace to his position within the evolving universe...... Each of us is a universal man or woman because we are of the universe. ~ Paolo Soleri, Italian architect (The Bridge Between Matter and Spirit Is Matter Becoming Spirit
I AM ONE with all that I see, because all I see is me... DL
Tuesday ~ October 11, 2011
The Buddhist Sutra of Mindfulness speaks about the meditation on the corpse: meditate on the decomposition of the body, how the body bloats and turns violet, how it is eaten by worms until only bits of blood and flesh still cling to the bones, meditate up to the point where only white bones remain, which in turn are slowly worn away and turn into dust. Meditate like that, knowing that your own body will undergo the same process. Meditate on the corpse until you are calm and at peace, until your mind and heart are light and tranquil and a smile appears on your face. Thus, by overcoming revulsion and fear, life will be seen as infinitely precious, every second of it worth living. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
Know also that life if forever and so to, I AM
Monday ~ October 10, 2011
There are ways but the Way is uncharted; there are names but not nature in words: nameless indeed is the source of creation but things have a mother and she has a name. The secret waits for the insight of eyes unclouded by longing; those who are bound by desire see only the outward container. These two come paired but distinct by their names. Of all things profound, say that their pairing is deepest, the gate to the root of the world. ~ Lao-Tzu (The Teachings of the Mystics by Walter T. Stace, 1960)
The androgyny of the mind is the doorway to illumination
Sunday ~ October 9, 2011
Jumping to a new day it indeed is a new era. I know now that in this is the marking off of time. For me it has special meaning. When my own Mentor passed on many years ago I was forced to engage in introspective work which resulted in the changing of my life. Now with the passing of another Mentor I realize that I must engage in more work and in doing so I already anticipate a great change and the dawning of a new day. It is in these statements that I punctuate it by placing these statements here in the Quote of the Day. However I am also moved to say something else, not totally unrelated. We, as a species, are facing much consternation and discord and rebellion as it relates to sexuality in our communities, our media and our churches, our politics our social gatherings. This all has to do with many changes in consciousness as it relates to sexuality. We still DO believe that there is something inately "dirty" about our sexuality. But we don't know why. I will explain something which most of you will not have heard before. You may think me insane. But think about it nonetheless. There was a time when mankind was androgynous. By this I mean literally, physically as well as psychically we were actually all both male and female in our physical characteristics. This reality of existence predates our stories of Adam and Eve but are not lost in those stories. All of our moralities and myths and rules and superstitions which pertain to our concepts of sexuality have evolved from these early beginnings. The reason our nakedness became a sort of disgust was that our bodies became transformed into what then was seen freakish distortions of nature. What was androgynous was suddenly exagerations of the male with some and female with others. It was unlike anything we had experienced up to that point in time, in history, in our development. Suddenly due to our change in consciousness and the acceptance of Duality as Reality we began to see duality manifested in our world. Now we are beginning to awaken to our True Natures and within that is our unfolding awareness of our selves as androgynous. We are beginning to see this in "freakish" manners throughout society. But it isn't freakish. It is unfoldment taking place. It is like a flower blooming when one has never seen a flower before and he doesn't know what to expect. For some a cashless society is the end of the world. But for some even the advent of Social Security was as sure the manifestion of the Mark of The Beast if there ever was one. Many people are confused by this change. That is because much of what is taking place is incomplete and where we are at now is not the total unfoldment. This makes the transition difficult. Be patient. Be aware. Be loving. Be not afraid. Know that God is androgynous. Could it be any other way? Even when Jesus was confronted about the duality of mankind he replied: "It was not like this from the beginning." But rather he confirms that "...the Creator from the beginning made them (both) male and female..." This is hard for many people to understand but more and more people are actually being born androgynous and there is a lot of controversy about it. A new spirituality of Oneness will someday encircle this globe and this Oneness will outpicture itself in many ways including our roles as humans one to another. In that day there shall be no differences in that sense. Just as our consciousness will understand both the out and back of principle and as the male/female of principle, the yin and the yang of principle, the as above so below of principle. Let there be and there is. Give for the desire to know the Self and receive this self without shame. ~ Derek Lamar, metaphysicist
I AM Androgyny...
Saturday ~ October 8, 2011
Sit down and relax. Close your eyes and let every care and unfinished project be lifted from you in these few moments. Breathe in deeply and exhale without forcing it out; simply let it release. Do thise two or three times. Relax. Say to yourself: "Most of the time I believe I am someone based on false concepts and bad memories and pretend escapes." Then relax a little more and let that go and simply say to yourself: "But I know deep in my heart and soul that I AM. I exist and in back of all of the illusion I still am there and in Reality I AM whole, complete and perfect." ~ Dr. Derek Lamar (Q.M.I.)
...find that neutral place and rise up into Reality... DL
Friday ~ October 7, 2011
People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. -Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
Go to the truth beyond the mind. Love is the bridge. --Stephen Levin
Stand so still that the movement of the heart beats a rhythm which is the pulse of a new day yet to come. Feel the joy of knowing that life is more to be discovered: time to learn, time to let go. ~ Dr. Derek Lamar
Light... Love... Learn
Thursday ~ October 6, 2011
“I’ll always stay connected with Apple. I hope that throughout my life I’ll sort of have the thread of my life and the thread of Apple weave in and out of each other, like a tapestry. There may be a few years when I’m not there, but I’ll always come back." (Playboy, February 1, 1985) ~~~~ Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

Steve Jobs will be back again and again as each one of us takes that motto to heart: "Think different." His life's work has been a large portion of my life and what I do. I have been able to create graphics, do a lot of writing, and design work, composing music, and though I did those things before Apple, now it is faster, more organized, and really one hell of a filing cabinet. ~ Derek Lamar
Think different... Apple
Wednesday ~ October 5, 2011
I feel I am standing at the edge of my own evolution, and I've realized that the psycho-spiritual evolution of the individual is going much faster than the societal transformation is able to keep up. Though we have many wonderful initiatives in terms of transforming society as a whole, it's still quite embryonic. However, the individuals doing the projects are themselves evolving quite rapidly; in fact, I often see the projects themselves as workshops for the development of the person. They are pro-jections of the deep Self that wants to come into form to co-create a world in which that Self can feel at home. What are really growing fastest are not the projects we're doing but the persons doing them. The projects will take years to manifest, but the persons doing the projects are already models of the evolving human. ~ Barbara Marx Hubbard (President of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution)
Do you feel a desire to do more... be more... be who you are?
Tuesday ~ October 4, 2011
There is an art of listening. To be able really to listen, one should abandon or put aside all prejudices, preformulations and daily activities . . . But unfortunately most of us listen through a screen of resistance. We are screened with prejudices, whether religious or spiritual, psychological or scientific; or with our daily worries, desires and fears. And with these for a screen, we listen. Therefore, we listen really to our own noise, our own sound, not to what is being said. It is extremely difficult to put aside our training, our prejudices, our inclination, our resistance, and, reaching beyond the verbal expression, to listen so that we understand instantaneously. ~ J. Krishnamurti (The First and Last Freedom)
Listen to the whispers of the wise voice within
Monday ~ October 3, 2011
First they ignore you,
then they laugh at you,
then they fight you,
then you win. ~ Mohandas Gandhi
All truth passes through three stages:
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer
Then of course it is important to pursue a path which can bring understanding as to what "Truth" actually is... ~ D.L.
Sunday ~ October 2, 2011
We should have positive expectations of what is in the universe, not fears and dreads. We are made with the realization that we're not Earthbound, and that our acceptance of the universe offers us room to explore and extend outward. It's like being in a dark room and imagining all sorts of terrors. But when we turn on the light--technology--suddenly it's just a room where we can stretch out and explore. If the resources here on Earth are limited, they are not limited in the universe. We are not constrained by the limitations of our planet.... As children have to leave the security of family and home life to insure growth into mature adults, so also must humankind leave the security and familiarity of Earth to reach maturity and obtain the highest attainment possible for the human race. ~ Nichelle Nichols (The Future is Now)
The earth represents our human consciousness which compels us to release ourselves from its gravity in order to pursue our Cosmic Quest in search of ourselves. ~ D.L.
Saturday ~ October 1, 2011
There is a straight white line of Absolute Truth upon which each one must walk if he would have demonstration. The slightest swerving in either direction from this line results in nondemonstration, no matter how earnest or intense one may be. The line is this: There is only God; all seeming else is a lie. ~ H. Emilie Cady (How I Used Truth, 1916)
God is Absolute Truth, that which swerves from this is not so, therefore God is all there is

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