Walter Russell

A Quote by Walter Russell

The greatest asset of man is man. The wealth of any man is dependent upon the wealth of every other man. Abundance for one is impossible in an impoverished world.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on balance, life, and abundance

When the human race learns how to give and regive equally each will be enriched. He who withholds that which he should give to another impoverishes both himself and the other.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on civilization, life, society, and history

No civilization can exist part free and part slave.

..We have never had any other kind of civilization. It has always been that way. There has always been a division of man. There has always been the conqueror and conquered--the master and slave--the ruler and the ruled--the oppressor and the oppressed. There has never been content nor unity. There has been only discontent and disunity.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on unity, balance, life, fear, hate, and enemy

Unity of man has always been impossible in a world of fear and discontent where every man fears every other man as an enemy.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell

A UNITED civilization is possible only when human relations are balanced in all transactions which have to do with the distribution of the values of life which all men persistently and constantly seek.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on life, physics, and balance

Action and reaction are equal and opposite, and are expressed simultaneously. Sequentially they are repeated in reverse, the reaction becoming the action and the action the reaction.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on business, economy, balance, and society

Equal interchange of goods and service between buyer and seller is the keynote of tomorrow’s business world when the vision of the modern business man awakens him to the wisdom of writing that policy into his code of ethics.

Walter Russell

Source: Glenn Clark: The Man who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe

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A Quote by Walter Russell on nature, god, reality, thought, and oneness

"Our very name for God's Creation is NATURE, for that is what Nature is. I shall define Nature for you in simple words. Nature is an electric wave thought image of God's nature, electrically projected from His formless and unconditioned ONE LIGHT into countless many forms of conditioned light which we call matter."

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on knowledge, cause, effect, god, think, thought, light, electric, information, education, and cosmos

I always looked for the CAUSE behind things and didn't fritter away my time analyzing EFFECTS. ALL KNOWLEDGE EXISTS as CAUSE. And it is simple. It is limited to LIGHT of MIND and the electric wave of motion which records God's thinking in matter. EFFECT is complex-infinitely complex - but one can have no KNOWLEDGE of effect. One can but be INFORMED of effect. Information is not knowledge. Our educational processes INFORM us but until we have recognized the eternal truth which underlies that information we have no knowledge of it. Like food in the grocery store, it is not nourishment until it is converted to the blood stream. ALL-KNOWLEDGE is possible for anyone - and the Cosmos gives it to him who asks but all information is impossible.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on beauty, vision, and love

"I will see beauty and goodness in all things. From all that is unlovely shall my vision be immune."

Walter Russell

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