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The Voice of the Nameless

From The Ancient Sage by Alfred Tennyson A thousand summers ere the time of Christ From out his ancient city came a Seer Whom one that loved, and honour’d him, and yet Was no disciple, richly garb’d, but worn From wasteful living, follow’d—in … Continue reading

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The Seeker and the Sought

THE QUEST by James H. Cousins They said: ‘She dwelleth in some place apart, Immortal Truth, within whose eyes Who looks may find the secret of the skies And healing for life’s smart!’  I sought Her in loud caverns underground,– On … Continue reading

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Lost in a Busy World

There is a game called by many different names that is played around the world. Where I grew up we called it “Operator.” The game is simple, but revealing. One person whispers a message to another and the message is … Continue reading

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Good and Evil

You needn’t hate evil to love good. The failure to understand this point is the crack in the foundation of most of the world’s great religions. Hatred is a powerful form of worship. It consumes those who possess it in … Continue reading

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Receiving Blessings

The longing for blessings is a universal human desire. It transcends religious boundaries and cosmological viewpoints and is one of the few things in common between Ned Flanders and Charles Darwin. We all long to receive blessings from life, God, … Continue reading

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The Struggles of Man

“Religion, Society, and Nature—these are the three struggles of man.” ~ Victor Hugo If all the human activity undertaken in the course of a day, month or year were put in a pot still and reduced to its fractions, there … Continue reading

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