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A Quote by Micheal Teal on ilfe, love, beauty, soul, harmony, grace, truth, greatness, wisdom, and hope

The kingdom within is a lush garden that fills your soul with awe. An inner landscape of truth, beauty and love that if acknowledged and appreciated will transport you to a higher level of being where the glow of greatness will guide you to the essence of true wisdom. Find your wings and let your soul fly across a rainbow bridge of divine grace and harmony to a place where love is life and life is love!

Micheal Teal

Source: Micheal Teal - Poet, Philosopher and Shaman

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A Quote by Judas Iscariot on jesus, judas, gnosis, gnosticism, religion, gnostic, spiritual, christianity, truth, and master

Just as good and virtue, sin and evil can only be given in vigil. Who sleeps, sleeps; for the asleep there is no sin, just as there is no good, nor virtue. There is only sleep.

Judas Iscariot

Source: The Flight of the Feathered Serpent

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A Quote by Judas Iscariot on jesus, judas, gnosis, gnosticism, religion, gnostic, spiritual, christianity, truth, and master

I would like now to shed light in your heart on the truth of things, for it was not my will, but that of the Father and my Rabbi, which was done that faithful night.

Judas Iscariot

Source: The Flight of the Feathered Serpent

Contributed by: jonathanhaase

A Quote by Confucius on people and truth

It is humans that make truth great, not truth that makes humans great.

Confucius (c. 551 - c. 479 BC)

Source: Pearls of Wisdom

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A Quote by Arthur Eddington on nature, responsibility, and truth

Whatever else there may be in our nature, responsibility toward truth is one of its attributes.

Arthur Eddington

Source: Pearls of Wisdom

Contributed by: ingebrita

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, truth, values, culture, nihilism, moderns, and abstractivism

The "fragility of the truth" in the first place reflects the vicissitudes of the VALUE which truth inevitably has to be, a premier victim of a value-sterilized dysculture, i.e. of a licentious universe where every kind of vile and insidious way to abort what is true, right, just, good, rational, etc. has become all-too possible.  The suppression and dysmorphia of the truth are an accomplished science in banauseia, which intrinsically "respects" nothing (certainly not "truth," the most manipulable of all illusions within this subphilosophical species).  The "death of God," over two centuries ago by now, was merely the early-phase onset of a much more profound, much more structurally corrosive species of nihilism:  moderns were naively glad to be liberated from such a megalo-fuddy-duddy as the ever-prying Jehovah, and it never occurred to them to wonder just what sort of marvelous new cultural solvent had such remarkable acidic power to dissolve thousands of years of accreted religious barnacles.  What ELSE could it cleanse away or annihilate?  And really, what was it itself, the nameless new world-force of banausic "disillusionment" or Cartesian-skeptical "clarity"?  Destroying all alternative mythoi and perspectivisms and norms, what did this <abstractivism> itself have for its latent character and its covert teleological drives and its totalitarian cultural-ideological destiny?  How would it succeed in transfiguring the very modes in which we live and communicate, corrupting everything with an unspoken, unfelt, unseen, scent-free shell of dysrelatedness, a Midas-touch of an interval of distantiation or pathos of unfelt apathy toward all that is natural, human, social, historical, actual, etc.?

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Albert Einstein on limits, acceptance, accept, human, science, beyond, truth, and einstein

Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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A Quote by Albert Einstein on science, einstein, everything, simple, and truth

Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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A Quote by Albert Einstein on think, einstein, search, knowledge, truth, and science

A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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A Quote by Albert Einstein on nature, science, einstein, looking, comprehending, truth, and joy

Joy in looking and comprehending is nature's most beautiful gift.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

Contributed by: jodi

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