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  • Repentance is but a kind of table-talk, till we see so much of the deformity of our inward nature as to be in some degree frightened and terrified at the sight of it.... A plausible form of an outward life, that has only learned rules and modes of religion by use and custom, often keeps the soul for some time at ease, though all its inward root and ground of sin has never been shaken or molested, though it has never tasted of the bitter waters of repentance and has only known the want of a Saviour by hearsay. But things cannot pass thus sooner or later repentance must have a broken and a contrite heart we must with our blessed Lord go over the brook Cedron, and with Him sweat great drops of sorrow before He can say for us, as He said for Himself 'It is finished.'
    (William Law)
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  • Galileo was no idiot. Only an idiot could believe that science requires martyrdom - that may be necessary in religion, but in time a scientific result will establish itself.
    (David Hilbert)
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  • I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend.
    (Thomas Jefferson)
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  • I give to my friends the assurance that if they will recast their ideas and attitudes about the relative importance of the spiritual to the material, and bring themselves to participate in the mighty cause of establishing God's kingdom in the earth, they will find a satisfaction, a sureness of purpose, a peace and contentment, surpassing anything they have ever known. They will not be ashamed to say to themselves and to their fellows that God and his work come first. When they can develop the faith and the courage to make this acknowledgment, self-sufficiency and egotism will be replaced by humility of spirit. The brotherhood of man will become real to them. Their service will be ennobled, and they will lay the foundation for the attainment of the highest rewards and blessings vouchsafed to humanity.
    (Stephen L. Richards)
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  • After half a century in psychiatric practice, I know without a doubt that the source of addiction is spiritual deficiency. Irrespective of whether we are religious or atheist, all human beings are spiritual by nature and spirituality is the cornerstone of
    (Abraham Twerski)
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  • Did you, too, O friend, suppose democracy was only for elections, for politics, and for a party name I say democracy is only of use there that it may pass on and come to its flower and fruit in manners, in the highest forms of interaction between people, and their beliefs -- in religion, literature, colleges and schools -- democracy in all public and private life....
    (Walt Whitman)
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  • Religion is a temper, not a pursuit.
    (Harriet Martineau)
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  • Of all religions, the Christian should of course inspire the most tolerance, but until now Christians have been the most intolerant of all men.
    (Voltaire)
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  • The divine nature of this world involves for the human being the pure, absolute nature, the plenitude state of this world, because this is what the human being sees through divine, as it is divine too, it sees itself. Beauty consists of the divine nature of this world, just like the sublime and the perfection. In all theses, there is Good and Evil too. We cannot speak of sublime or divine perfection without knowing what Evil is in reference to the Good of the sublime, divine and perfection. The current hierarchy of the human society fights together with the cults for the Good alone, putting Evil aside and thus, by imposing the dictatorship of Good, leads to the exacerbation of Evil. If all these wrongs in the man are divine, is it worth it to wait for other hard times when he is to sacrifice other generations to reach the conclusion that most of the next generations will all be killed in order to allow a handful of villains to exist on top of the social pyramid, who will eventually realise that their vileness comes precisely from the hierarchy and when the hierarchy will disappear because there will not be the many and the tormented to support it, they will realize that the true path is the society of the Sacred Self. Is this all this worth it Does this Everest of suffering which is our world have a meaning No, it has no meaning for us, the human beings that know neither why we are born in this world, nor why we will die. We do not even know what we were before we were born or if we really were something, as we do not know if we will ever be something. Everything we know are all sorts of fairytales to which religious titles were given precisely because man find much more comfortable to declare fairytales for putting young children asleep as religions, turning them in fairytales for putting adult children asleep, instead of accepting the reality of Death and the impossibility of answering these questions.
    (Sorin Cerin)
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  • I'm not into organized religion. I'm into believing in a higher source of creation, realizing we're all just part of nature.
    (Neil Young)
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  • Music is very spiritual, it has the power to bring people together.
    (Edgar Winter)
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  • A fascist is one whose lust for money or power is combined with such an intensity of intolerance toward those of other races, parties, classes, religions, cultures, regions or nations as to make him ruthless in his use of deceit or violence to attain his ends.
    (Henry A. Wallace)
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  • We had always insisted on working with actors because they do what they're told. You can make actors play the character exactly as you want him, expressing opinions on politics, religion, all aspects of society. No comedian would do that for fear of alienating their following. Actors brush off criticism by attributing offending mannerisms or material to the role. Besides, comedians argue about the laughs.
    (Ray Galton)
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  • By laughing at me, the audience really laughs at themselves, and realizing they have done this gives them sort of a spiritual second wind for going back into the battles of life.
    (Emmett Kelly)
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  • There's an irony here, in that Del. Dwyer feels he is a spiritual activist. You know what So do I and the others like me, who are fighting for thousands of Maryland families.
    (Dan Furmansky)
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