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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality

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    Weekly Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality

    “It is possible to see birth and death as connected phases
    of a single stream of consciousness. ” — Aquarian Almanac

     

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      July 20, 2019 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality

      Man is like a ram’s horn;
      The only sound he makes is
      That which is blown through him.
      Were there no one blowing into the horn,
      There would be no sound at all.
      — MAGGID DEVARAW LE-YA’AQOV


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      July 21, 2019 Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality
      The life of man is a self-evolving circle, which, from a ring imperceptibly small, rushes on all sides outward to new and larger circles, and that without end. — RALPH WALDO EMERSON

      Immortality is but one’s unbroken consciousness. — H. P. BLAVATSKY


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      July 15, 2019 Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality
      The water of the sea is smooth and mirrors the moon.
      The clouds dissolve in blue space, the mountains glow,
      Consciousness reverts to contemplation,
      The moon-disk is solitary and still.
      — HUI MING CHING


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      July 23, 2019 Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality

      What’s past is prologue. — WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

      All things are recreated, and the flame
      Of consentaneous love inspires all life.
      — PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY


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      July 24, 2019 Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality
      And when after having divested thyself of the mortal body, thou arrivest in the most pure Aether, thou shalt be a God, immortal, incorruptible.
      — PYTHAGORAS

      Death cannot kill what never dies. Nor can spirits ever be divided that love and
      live in the same Divine Principle, the root and record of their friendship.
      — WILLIAM PENN


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      July 25 , 2019 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality
      We would willingly have others perfect, and yet we amend not our own faults. We will have others severely corrected, and will not be corrected ourselves. — THOMAS à KEMPIS

      Kill love of life; but if thou slayest Tanha, let this not be for thirst of life eternal, but to replace the fleeting by the everlasting.

      — THE VOICE OF THE SILENCE

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      July 26, 2019 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: Death and Immortality

      Verily man is formed of Will; according as man’s will is, in this world,
      according to that is his being on going forth hence. Let him perform his will.
      — CHANDOGYA UPANISHAD

      Each of us carries his own life form, an indeterminable form
      which cannot be superseded by any other. — CARL JUNG

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