The Idyll of the White Lotus

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Reeves and Turner, 1884 - Allegories - 141 pages
 

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Page 125 - The soul of man is immortal, and its future is the future of a thing whose growth and splendour has no limit. "The principle which gives life dwells in us, and without us, is undying and eternally beneficent, is not heard or seen, or smelt, but is perceived by the man who desires perception. " Each man is his own absolute lawgiver, the dispenser of glory or gloom to himself ; the decreer of his life, his reward, his punishment.
Page 141 - He will learn how to expound spiritual truths, and to enter into the life of his highest self, and he can learn also to hold within him the glory of that higher self, and yet to retain life upon this planet so long as it shall last, if need be; to retain life in the vigour of manhood, till his entire work is completed, and he has taught the three truths to all who look for light.
Page 125 - These truths, which are as great as is life itself, are as simple as the simplest mind of man.
Page 141 - This teaching will be seen to be identical with that of the closing words of "The Idyll of the White Lotus": "He will learn how to expound spiritual truths, and to enter into the life of his highest self, and he can learn also...

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