Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton

In the Bible it says they asked Jesus how many times you should forgive, and he said 70 times 7. Well, I want you all to know that I'm keeping a chart.


Hillary Rodham Clinton


Jan Nicolaas Kind

 Jan Nicolaas KindLet me be perfectly honest with you: I am not bothered when people use axioms, since the world is full of them. Many go directly to the point, hitting the nail right on the head. Having a bearing on our Theosophical circles nowadays, here is one of them: “If the teacher cannot live up to what the teacher teaches, he or she should no longer teach, but return to being a humble student again” . . . I can only say: Amen!

Jan Nicolaas Kind

The Mother

The MotherA teacher must not have any sense of essential superiority over the students nor preference or attachment whatsoever for one or another and, in the matter of self-confidence, must have a sense of the relativity of his (or her) importance.

The Mother (the spiritual co-worker of Sri Aurobindo)

Abraham Joshua Heschel

Abraham Joshua Heschel

Each of us has at least once in his life experienced the momentous reality of God.


Abraham Joshua Heschel (a leading Jewish theologian of the last century)


Martin Israel

Martin IsraelThere is a type of faith quite essential in daily living. It is the courage and tenacity to proceed with the work in hand despite the discouraging wisdom of both the bystanders and our own critical mind.


Martin Israel (a pathologist who became an Anglican priest, mystic, and healer)


Joseph Campbell

Joseph CampbellThe goal of life is rapture. Art is the way we experience it.


Joseph Campbell (a mythologist who authored The Hero with a Thousand Faces)


Sri Aurobindo

Sri AurobindoA spiritual atmosphere is more important than outer conditions; if one can get that and also create one’s own spiritual air to breathe in and live in it, that is the true condition of progress.

Sri Aurobindo (an Indian nationalist, poet, and evolutionist of the human into the divine

Meher Baba

Meher BabaIn actuality God is not far from the seeker, nor is it impossible to see Him. He is like the sun, which is ever shining above you. It is you who have held over your head the umbrella of your variegated mental impressions which hide Him from your view. You have only to remove the umbrella and the Sun is there for you to see. It does not have to be brought there from anywhere. But such a tiny and trivial thing as an umbrella can deprive you of the sight of such a stupendous fact as the Sun.

Meher Baba (Indian mystic and spiritual master)

Rupert Sheldrake

Rupert SheldrakeFor many who have experienced it, this vision of a changeless reality has been so powerful and so self-evidently true that they have concluded the changing world of everyday experience is somehow less real. The impermanence of things in this world is an appearance or reflection or illusion. Underlying everything is the true reality which neither comes into being nor passes away.

Rupert Sheldrake (Biologist, Theosophist and author)

Hans Küng

Hans KüngFaith in God is not an irrational, blind, daring leap, but a trust that is responsible in the eyes of reason and grounded in reality itself.


Hans Küng (Swiss Catholic priest, controversial theologian and author)


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