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WHAT MEN THOUGHT

 God
 
[From The Rosicrucian Digest September 1947]
 
 
God--assumes various forms, just as fire where it is mingled with different kinds of incense is named according to the savor of each.--Heraclitus.
 
God--is only mind, sacred and ineffable mind, flashing through the whole universe with swift thoughts.--Empedocles.
 
To escape from evil we must be made, as far as possible, like God; and this resemblance consists in becoming just, and holy, and wise.--Plato.
 
So long as egoism is in the heart, God cannot shine upon it.--Sri Ramakrishna.
 
Know God, who is number and harmony.--Pythagoras.
 
All is in God, all lives and moves in God.--Spinoza.
 
Thou art in my heart ... Thou art lifetime Thyself, and men live in Thee.--Akhenaton.
 
In the faces of men and women I see God, and in my own face in the glass.--Whitman.
 
God's life is like that of which we catch a transient glimpse when our life is at its best.--Aristotle.
 

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