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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

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    Weekly Theme for Contemplation:  The Law of Cycles

    “With wider perspectives our choices become more intelligent, but as they become more informed, we readily recognize that there are factors that are constant and recurring.”  — Aquarian Almanac

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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles


  • ModeratorTN
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    April 7, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    We can only have the highest happiness by having wide thoughts and much
    feeling for the rest of the world as well as ourselves.
    — WILLIAM WORDSWORTH


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    April 8, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    As each man has his period of rest and activity, day and night, so must a nation,
    a kingdom, a planet, a solar system, and finally the Universe.
    — D. K. MAVALANKAR


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    April 9, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    It is our will which determines whether we shall serve the law of growth, or that
    of decay — the law opening towards freedom, or the law converging on slavery.
    — CLAUDE HOUGHTON


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    April 10, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    There is within us a little space through which all the threads
    of the universe are drawn. — GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL


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    April 11, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    Thou canst create this ‘day’ thy chances for thy ‘morrow’. In the ‘Great
    Journey’, causes sown each hour bear each its harvest of effects, for rigid Justice
    rules the World. — THE VOICE OF THE SILENCE


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    April 12, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Law of Cycles

    Magnetic action results in alternate effects which may be regarded
    as an Ebb and Flow. — FRANZ ANTON MESMER

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