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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

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      Weekly Theme for Contemplation:  The Razor’s Edge

    “On the razor-edged Path everything is finely balanced and highly energized.”  — Aquarian Almanac

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      November 18, 2017 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      Nothing can enter into the freedom of the Eternal except it be like the Eternal. — Jacob Boehme

      I do not understant; I pause; I examine. — Michel de Montaigne


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      November 19, 2017 Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      Of all yogins, he who is full of faith worships Me with his innermost self absorbed in Me, he is deemed by Me as the most established in spiritual communion. — Shri Krishna

      And what is it but fragments of your own self you would discard that you may become free? — Kahlil Gibran


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      November 20, 2017 Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      None but the humble can receive the gift of God. — Meister Eckhart

      Not a word which is not a sovereign decree. — Claude de St. -Martin


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      November 21, 2017 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      When we transcend ourselves, and become, in our ascent towards God, so simple that the naked love in the height can lay hold of us, where love enfolds love, above every exercise of virtue — that is, in our Origin, of which we are spiritually born — then we cease, and we and all our selfhood die in God . — Jan van Ruysbroeck


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      November 22, 2017 Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      Nothing is hard to him who, casting self aside,

      Thinks only this —

      How may I serve my fellow-men? — Tulsidas

      Who is wise? he who learns from all men. — Talmud


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      November 23, 2017 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Razor’s Edge

      Where there is patience and humility, there is neither anger nor vexation. — Francis of Assisi

      To suffer woes which Hope thinks infinite;

      To forgive wrongs darker than death or night.

      —Percy Bysshe Shelley


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      November 24, 2017 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: The Pilgrimage of Humanity

      All excellent things are as difficult as they are rare. — Benedict Spinoza

      Benedict Spinoza 1632

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