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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

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    Weekly Theme for Contemplation:  William Quan Judge

    “The higher carelessness that W. Q. Judge taught is a calm reliance
    on the Law and a doing of one’s own duty.”  — Aquarian Almanac

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Weekly Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge


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    March 17, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    To reverence those who are worthy of veneration, to walk in humility, to dwell in contentment and gratitude, to hear the teaching of the Law; these are blessed things.

    — Buddha


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    March 18, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    There should be calmness. Hold fast. Go slow. — W. Q. JUDGE


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    March 19, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    There is work for all of us. And there is special work for each. — JOHN RUSKIN


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    March 20, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    The strongest man in the world is he who stands most alone. — HENRIK IBSEN


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    March 21, 2018 Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    One who never turned his back, but marched breast forward.
    Never doubted clouds would break,
    Never dreamed, though right was worsted, wrong would triumph,
    Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better,
    Sleep to wake.
    — ROBERT BROWNING


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    March 22, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: William Quan Judge

    Thou oughtest to call to mind the more heavy sufferings of others, that so thou mayest the more easily bear thine own very small troubles.

    -Thomas A Kempis


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    March 23, 2018 Weekly Theme for Contemplation: How Should We Treat Others

    The world of the seen is the shadow of the invisible and in it we
    serve a spiritual apprenticeship. — CLAUDE HOUGHTON

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