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Holy Laws on Protecting the Animals - Selection from “In Front of the Blind" by Jewish Scholar Asa Keisar (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Holy Laws on Protecting the Animals - Selection from “In Front of the Blind" by Jewish Scholar Asa Keisar (vegan), Part 1 of 2

The respected Asa Keisar is an Israeli religious scholar who’s on a mission of spreading veganism all across Israel and the world. Asa Keisar is a frequent lecture in universities, elementary and high schools, and yeshivot (Jewish educational religious institutions) throughout Israel. His speeches feature statements from the Holy Torah about the incorrectness of consuming animal products, especially in our modern world. Mr. Keisar is also the author of an important Jewish guide, “In Front of the Blind,” or “Velifnei Iver Hashalem.” Through straightforward holy laws, the selection clearly shows how humans must treat all animals, namely with care and mercy. “One must also have mercy upon animals because it is forbidden to cause undue pain or anguish to an animal. The attribute of mercy is the sign of the children of Abraham, the seed of Israel. As it is written, ‘He will give you mercy, be merciful and multiply you.’” “Rabbi Joseph Albo: ‘The consumption of flesh from living creatures gives birth to spiritual corpulence, murkiness and inflexibility of the soul...’” “Metzudat David: ‘The righteous person pays attention even to the needs of their animal to fulfill its craving - because God greatly values mercy.’”
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2020-05-22   511 Tontonan
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2020-05-22

Holy Laws on Protecting the Animals - Selection from “In Front of the Blind" by Jewish Scholar Asa Keisar (vegan), Part 2 of 2

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Holy Laws on Protecting the Animals - Selection from “In Front of the Blind" by Jewish Scholar Asa Keisar (vegan), Part 2 of 2

Today, we’ll learn more from Mr. Keisar’s book “In Front of the Blind,” or “Velifnei Iver Hashalem.” “Rabbi Avraham Saba: ‘Based on the complete and whole view, kindness of God who is good to all of His creations; a person should realize that the purpose of the milk from an animal mother’s breast is to nourish her baby and not for the individual to do as they please.’” “Maimonides states, ‘There is no distinction between anguish experienced by a human and anguish experienced by animals; this is because the love and yearning of a mother for its offspring is not dependent upon intelligence, rather it is the inherent nature found in most creatures as it is found in man.’” “Harav Yitzchak Habanstreit: ‘One should know, aside for the fact that it is inappropriate for man to eat meat with regard to tradition, ethics, religion and wisdom; it is also unnatural because man is unfit to eat meat as is proven by the analysis of a person’s organs.’” “But this is not the case with the natural tendency towards vegetables and fruit of the tree and the like. These produce strong natural feelings and call to us in a loving way: ‘Wondrous to behold and good to eat.’ A great desire awakens in their midst to taste the fruits and eat their fresh as they were created. Is this not enough proof that these are the natural foods for a person?”
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2020-05-23   545 Tontonan
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2020-05-23

Mayan Cosmo-vision: Selections from “The Book of Destiny: Unlocking the Secrets of the Ancient Mayans and the Prophecy of 2012” by Don Carlos Barrios (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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Mayan Cosmo-vision: Selections from “The Book of Destiny: Unlocking the Secrets of the Ancient Mayans and the Prophecy of 2012” by Don Carlos Barrios (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

In today's program, we are going to share with you some thoughts on Mayan cosmo-vision and life-purpose. These topics are discussed in the book titled "The Book of Destiny: Unlocking the Secrets of the Ancient Mayans and the Prophecy of 2012" by Mayan Ajq'ij (spiritual guide) Don Carlos Barrios. "At this stage, science will not be able to save us unless we reach a comprehensive awareness. We must return to the Natural Order. We must strive to live a simple, harmonious life that is ecologically conscientious. The wonder of creation is found in the little things. We need to live in harmony and expand our sensibilities. It's very simple: life is about finding the answers inside, awakening the knowledge and powers that lie dormant, controlling our desires, using the strength of our minds for spiritual growth, and projecting ourselves onto the Supreme. The day we start believing this will be the day life smiles upon us." "The Mayan cosmo-vision is an attitude, and approach to life; it is the way in which we learn to live with our perceptions of reality. Everything is integral; nothing is isolated from the sequence of life. Every action is connected to, and forms part of, the cosmic forces, the manifestation of nature and telluric energy. This convergence arises out of a state of universal consciousness. Existence is a continuum, and our insertion into reality is a mystery. It is the power of the Creator and Maker. ‘We are just one thread in this wonder we call existence. We inhabit a reality shaped and modeled after the cosmos, and we vibrate in tune with the movement of the stars. We must always remember that reality is from the eyes inward and illusion is from the eyes outward.’"
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2020-05-25   314 Tontonan
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2020-05-25

Mayan Cosmo-vision: Selections from “The Book of Destiny: Unlocking the Secrets of the Ancient Mayans and the Prophecy of 2012” by Don Carlos Barrios (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

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Mayan Cosmo-vision: Selections from “The Book of Destiny: Unlocking the Secrets of the Ancient Mayans and the Prophecy of 2012” by Don Carlos Barrios (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

We will share with you what the Mayans believe about "parallel worlds" and the real meaning of "najt" (space-time). "Unlike the Western world's more linear vision, the Mayan perception of time is intertwined with space and frequency. We are outside the limitations of space-time; frequency is our channel to transcendence, to exceeding such limits. When we are able to perceive the essence, we touch God. Najt is where we reside. More precisely, it is where most people are trapped, in what we call reality. It is also what leads us to what we call the past or future, both of which are abstractions. The past does not exist. It existed. Now it's only a memory. The future does not exist either; it's what will be. There is only this instant, this very moment, the eternal present." "We have potential access to thousands of other dimensions, while even more fall outside our perception. The Grandfathers call these unreal dimensions 'unconfigured space.' The 'Popol Vuh' speaks of parallel dimensions as paradise and calls them Paxil and Kayala. In Paxil our perceptions are different. Our senses sharpen, and we are surrounded by a tranquil, harmonious, peaceful energy. It's like going back to the matrix, the origin. The most exquisite fruit and the most incredible stones can be found in Paxil, but most importantly, we are accepted unconditionally there - we are truly loved!"
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2020-05-26   292 Tontonan
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2020-05-26

The City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo (vegetarian): The True Mediator - Selection from Book IX and X, Part 1 of 2

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The City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo (vegetarian): The True Mediator - Selection from Book IX and X, Part 1 of 2

Saint Augustine of Hippo was an esteemed late 4th and early 5th century Christian bishop in present-day Algeria. Known as one of the greatest Christian philosophers, St. Augustine was a prolific writer, with about 100 books, 300 letters and 500 sermons still preserved. Among his most significant writings are “The City of God,” “De Doctrina Christiana” and “Confessions.” The respected bishop was also a compassionate vegetarian, and drew attention to the lifestyle of those who “not only abstain from flesh and wine, but also from other viands. …which flatter taste.” Today, we’ll read excerpts from Saint Augustine of Hippo’s book “The City of God.” “We need a Mediator Who, being united to us here below by the mortality of His body, should at the same time be able to afford us truly Divine help in cleansing and liberating us by means of the immortal righteousness of His Spirit, whereby He remained Heavenly even while here upon earth. Far be it from the in contaminable God to fear pollution from the man He assumed, or from the men among whom He lived in the form of a man. For, though His incarnation showed us nothing else, these two wholesome facts were enough, that true Divinity cannot be polluted by flesh, and that demons are not to be considered better than ourselves because they have not flesh. This, then, as Scripture says, is the ‘Mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus,’ of whose Divinity, whereby He is equal to the Father, and humanity, whereby He has become like us.”
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2020-05-27   204 Tontonan
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2020-05-27

The City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo (vegetarian): The True Mediator - Selection from Book IX and X, Part 2 of 2

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The City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo (vegetarian): The True Mediator - Selection from Book IX and X, Part 2 of 2

We will now continue with reading passages from Saint Augustine of Hippo’s substantial work “The City of God.” He explains about devoting oneself to God, and more about the significant role of the true Mediator, Who, through His sacrifices, purifies and renews human nature. “It was truly said that man is cleansed only by a Principle. That true and benignant Redeemer brought low by His humility, manifesting Himself to mortals by the mortality which He assumed, and which the malignant and deceitful mediators are proud of wanting, promising, as the boon of immortals, a deceptive assistance to wretched men. Thus, the good and true Mediator showed that it is sin which is evil, and not the substance or nature of flesh; for this, together with the human soul, could without sin be both assumed and retained, and laid down in death, and changed to something better by resurrection.” “The Principle is neither the flesh nor the human soul in Christ but the Word by which all things were made. The flesh, therefore, does not by its own virtue purify, but by virtue of the Word by which it was assumed, when ‘the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.’” “The Principle, therefore, having assumed a human soul and flesh, cleanses the soul and flesh of believers. Therefore, when the Jews asked Him who He was, He answered that He was the Principle.” “This is the mediation whereby a hand is stretched to the lapsed and fallen; this is the seed ‘ordained by angels,’ by whose ministry the law also given enjoining the worship of one God, and promising that this Mediator should come.”
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2020-05-28   255 Tontonan
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2020-05-28

Thoughts on Taoism by the Reverend Thomas Merton (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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Thoughts on Taoism by the Reverend Thomas Merton (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

The Reverend Thomas Merton, an important Catholic mystic and spiritual thinker, was born in 1915 to a New Zealand father and an American mother. The many life situations he encountered in his youth led him to explore religion and spirituality and eventually devote his life to God by becoming a monk, and later a deacon, at the Abbey of Gethsemani, a part of the Order of Trappists, in Kentucky, USA. During his monastic life, Thomas Merton developed his writing talent by translating religious texts and writing biographies. He also started penning poetry, as well as books and articles on topics ranging from spirituality to social justice and peace. Believing in the equality of all religions, Thomas Merton became deeply interested in Eastern traditions such as Taoism Zen Buddhism in the last years of his life. Today we’ll read a selection from Thomas Merton’s book “Thoughts on the East” presenting his views on the essence of Taoism. “The way of Tao is to begin with the simple good with which one is endowed by the very fact of existence. Instead of self-conscious cultivation of this good (which vanishes when we look at it and becomes intangible when we try to grasp it), we grow quietly in the humility of a simple, ordinary life, and this way is analogous (at least psychologically) to the Christian ‘life of faith.’” If one is in harmony with Tao — the cosmic Tao, ‘Great Tao’ — the answer will make itself clear when the time comes to act, for then one will act not according to the human and self-conscious mode of deliberation, but according to the divine and spontaneous mode of wu wei, which is the mode of action of Tao itself, and is therefore the source of all good…” “The true character of wu wei is not mere inactivity but perfect action — because it is act without activity. In other words, it is action not carried out independently of Heaven and earth and in conflict with the dynamism of the whole, but in perfect harmony with the whole. It is not mere passivity, but it is action that seems both effortless and spontaneous because performed ‘rightly,’ in perfect accordance with our nature and with our place in the scheme of things.”
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2020-05-29   338 Tontonan
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2020-05-29

Thoughts on Taoism by the Reverend Thomas Merton (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

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Thoughts on Taoism by the Reverend Thomas Merton (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

We now continue with excerpts from Thomas Merton’s chapter on Taoism from his book “Thoughts on the East.” “My opinion is that you never find happiness until you stop looking for it. My greatest happiness consists precisely in doing nothing whatever that is calculated to obtain happiness: and this, in the minds of most people, is the worst possible course. I will hold to the saying that: ‘Perfect joy is to be without joy. Perfect praise is to be without praise.’” “Contentment and well-being at once become possible the moment you cease to act with them in view, and if you practice non-doing (wu wei), you will have both happiness and well-being. ‘Here is how I sum it up: Heaven does nothing: Its non-doing is Its serenity. Earth does nothing: Its non-doing is Its rest. From the union of these two non-doings All actions proceed, All things are made. How vast, how invisible This coming-to-be!’” “All things come from nowhere! How vast, how invisible - No way to explain it! All beings in their perfection Are born of non-doing. Hence it is said: ‘Heaven and earth do nothing Yet there is nothing they do not do.’” “Where is the man who can attain To this non-doing?” Where is Tao? “Tao is Great in all things, Complete in all, Universal in all, Whole in all. These three aspects Are distinct, but the Reality is One. Therefore come with me To the palace of Nowhere Where all the many things are One: There at last we might speak Of what has no limitation and no end. Come with me to the land of Non-Doing: What shall we there say — that Tao Is simplicity, stillness, Indifference, purity, Harmony and ease? All these names leave me indifferent For their distinctions have disappeared. My will is aimless there. If it is nowhere, how should I be aware of it? If it goes and returns, I know not Where it has been resting. If it wanders Here then there, I know not where it will end. The mind remains undetermined in the great Void. Here the highest knowledge Is unbounded. That which gives things Their thusness cannot be delimited by things. So when we speak of limits we remain confined To limited things. The limit of the unlimited is called ‘fullness.’ The limitlessness of the limited is called ‘emptiness.’ Tao is the source of both. But it is itself Neither fullness nor emptiness. Tao produces both renewal and decay, But is neither renewal or decay. It causes being and non-being But is neither being nor non-being. Tao assembles and it destroys, But it is neither the Totality nor the Void.”
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2020-05-30   263 Tontonan
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2020-05-30

Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 1 of 3

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Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 1 of 3

The Reverend Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy is a Catholic priest residing in Hong Kong, who is well known for his numerous environmentally conscious undertakings through various groups and organizations. The Reverend is a compassionate vegan, believing that the peaceful plant-based diet has a major role in protecting the planet’s ecosystem and environment. He is the founder and chairman of the Catholic Messengers of Green Consciousness and the Hong Kong Catholic Vegetarian Association, organizations that aspire to bring about the essential peace among all of God’s creations, while the power to do so is still in our hands. Let us now meet the Reverend Father Anthony Chang and learn more about his interesting journey of faith and his pure impressions of the priesthood. “The idea of becoming a priest emerged when I got in touch with the priests. Observing them very much devoted to their work, I felt it was very good. At the same time, they were focused on God, their faith and Jesus Christ, and I also loved that. During that period, I had a deeper understanding of Christ, as He said that He had come to serve, and not to be served. He was willing to care about people and serve people, which fascinated me. So, I decided to become a priest and to work in this way.” “When I was a child, I already knew that God is everywhere; I liked to look at the sky and the sea. Looking at the sky and the sea, I felt God’s presence within. That was the way how I felt God; He is really everywhere. This awareness is still with me after I became a priest.” “If you pay attention to the vitality of the nature and the relationship among the animals, they reveal God’s love and that can be learnt from the animals. You can learn a lot in this way, both in mental, spiritual and knowledge aspects.” “‘If you want to heal quickly, you have to quit eating any meat.’ I quit eating any meat quickly and completely, as it was painful, and I finally understood why I had to do this. I read books and knew it was the best way to eat: quit eating all meat and be a vegan.”
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2020-06-08   579 Tontonan
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2020-06-08

Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 2 of 3

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Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 2 of 3

“Previously, I used to have flu once or twice every year, but it stopped after I turned vegan. This change makes me stronger and because of becoming vegan, I have noticed the merits and goodness of animals, which are a lot. The vegan diet inspired me to review relevant materials in the Bible, and to appreciate the animals, thus broadening my consciousness.” “The Holy Bible It is very clearly stated in Genesis 01:29, He [God] said eat only fruits of the trees and other plants; there was no mention of eating meat. Even a lion should also be vegetarian. The other paragraph is in the Book of Nevi’im (Prophets), which said that in the Kingdom of God, lions and lambs sleep together, and the child shall have no fear to put his hand into the snake’s hole. That means peace is everywhere.” “The Pope’s Encyclical stated that nature is like a mother hugging us. He further said that nature is also like a sister to us. This is another perspective. This sister is about the cooperation and coordination with each other. But from the perspective of a mother, it is the nourishment from nature. Nature’s embrace is love. So, there are two types of feelings towards nature. However, this is very important, as it means we should give up our domination. That means we have to discard all the ideas about dominating and exploiting nature.” “Now I am preparing to write ‘God’s Lifelong Blessing and Love.’ It will talk about love. One of the new discoveries in recent decades is a hormone called oxytocin, also translated as ‘labor induction medicine.’ But further research found that its function is not as simple as inducing labor; it improves the contact between people, the contact between couples. That means good contact will develop mutual trust, thus, feeling the support of each other, and generate the feeling of love, etc. These come from this hormone.” “There is another new book called “Undo It!”, and the authors are a doctor and researcher. They say that it is not necessary to take medicine for any recovery. They mention four things; one of them is love, and then stress relief, exercise, and a healthy diet. They incline to having a vegan diet. These four things are good for many diseases. If you embrace all four of them, you can recover without taking medicine. Of course, it depends on how serious your condition is and how long you’ve had the illness. They have done a lot of research and their research has been proved to be scientific.”
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2020-06-09   339 Tontonan
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2020-06-09

Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 3 of 3

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Unity in Diversity through the Vegan Diet: Interview with Father Anthony Chang Sang Loy (vegan), Part 3 of 3

“Now, we want to have a combination of the body, the mind and the soul. The body is the physical body; the mind is our emotions or mentality; the soul is the spirit. They are not separated. The spirit in humans and animals, and even in other substances are existing, evolving, and developing together. Should we wish to revert and recover, all these have to work together. The trend of veganism is ex
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2020-06-10   275 Tontonan
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2020-06-10

Selections from "The Pathway of Life" by Leo Tolstoy (vegetarian): Volume 1, Faith, Part 1 of 2

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Selections from "The Pathway of Life" by Leo Tolstoy (vegetarian): Volume 1, Faith, Part 1 of 2

However, yearning for more than success, fame, and wealth, Leo Tolstoy eventually established himself as a moral philosopher and spiritual leader during the last 30 years of his life. In addition to adopting and promoting the vegetarian diet, he became a fervent Christian pacifist through an interpretation of the ethical teachings of Christ. We would like to share an insightful excerpt from Volume 1 of “The Pathway of Life,” a collection of Tolstoy’s philosophies on religion, life, death and more. Faith “In order to live right, it is needful to understand what life is, as well as what to do and what not to do in this life. These things have been taught at all times by the wisest and best living men of all races. The teachings of all these wise men, in the main, agree as one. This one doctrine common to all people as to what is the life of man, and how to live it, is the true faith.” “The Doctrine of True Faith is Always Clear and Simple ‘To have faith is to trust in what is being revealed to us, without asking why it is so, and what will come out of it. Such is the true faith.’” “If I have faith in God, I need not ask what will be the outcome of my obedience to God, because I know that God is love, and nothing can come from love but what is good.” “The law of life asks nothing of us but to love our neighbor. And to love is not difficult, but pleasant. When a man comes to know the true faith, he is like unto a man lighting a lamp in a dark chamber. All things become clear, and joy enters his soul.” “‘Love one another, even as I have loved you, thus shall all men know that you are My disciples, if you have love one for another,’ said Christ.” “Faith with different people, and in different times, may differ, but love is one and the same at all times and with all people. The true faith is one to love all that is living. Love bestows blessedness on people because it unites man with God.” “The life of man is good or evil only as he understands the true law of life. The more clearly man understands the true law of life, the better is his life; the more hazy is his understanding of that law, the worse is his life.”
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2020-06-12   207 Tontonan
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2020-06-12

Selections from "The Pathway of Life" by Leo Tolstoy (vegetarian): Volume 1, Faith, Part 2 of 2

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Selections from "The Pathway of Life" by Leo Tolstoy (vegetarian): Volume 1, Faith, Part 2 of 2

“The law of life, namely to love God and your neighbor, is simple and clear. Every man on attaining reason recognizes it in his heart. Therefore, if it were not for false teachings, all men would adhere to this law, and the Kingdom of Heaven would reign upon earth. But false teachers, at all times and in all places, taught men to acknowledge as God that which was not God, and as God's law that which was not God's law. And men believed in these false teachings and departed from the true law of life and from the fulfilment of His true law, and this made their life harder to bear and more unhappy. Therefore one must not believe any teachings that do not agree with love of God and of your neighbor. It must not be thought that because a faith is ancient, it is therefore true. On the contrary, the longer people live, the more clearly they grasp the true law of life. We are perturbed because we can no longer believe in that in which our fathers used to believe. We must not let this perturb us, but try instead to establish within us such a faith in which we can believe as firmly as our fathers believed in their faith.”“Thus it is with people who do not listen to the voice of the spirit within themselves, but listen to the voice of strangers regarding God and His law. It is bad not to know God, but it is worse to acknowledge as God that which is not God.” “True faith is to believe in that one law which befits all the people in the world. True faith enters the heart in stillness and solitude only. True faith consists in living always a good life, loving all men, doing unto others as you would have others do unto you. This, indeed, is the true faith. And this is the faith that all truly wise men and men of saintly life have always taught among all nations.” “The time will come, nay, has already come, when men will worship the Father neither in Gerizim nor yet in Jerusalem, but true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and in the truth, for such are the worshippers whom the Father seeks.” “All God requires of us is good works. Therein is the entire law of God.”
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2020-06-13   202 Tontonan
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2020-06-13

From Godfré Ray King’s Unveiled Mysteries – Revealed Ancient Wisdom by Ascended Master Saint Germain (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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From Godfré Ray King’s Unveiled Mysteries – Revealed Ancient Wisdom by Ascended Master Saint Germain (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

Guy Warren Ballard was a United States mining engineer and a co-founder, together with his wife Edna Anne Wheeler Ballard, of the “I AM” spiritual movement, inspired by his life-changing meeting with the Ascended Master Saint Germain. From Master Saint Germain’s dictation and teachings, Mr. Ballard wrote a series of books under the pseudonym Godfré Ray King. Today, the volumes documenting the precious mysteries revealed by the Ascended Master to Godfré Ray King are still a fascinating spiritual gem for many across the globe. The three most famous volumes are titled “Unveiled Mysteries,” “The Magic Presence,” and “The ‘I AM’ Discourses.” We will now read a passage from Guy Warren Ballard's, or Godfré Ray King’s book “Unveiled Mysteries.” “The Truth of Life is you cannot desire that which is not possible of manifestation somewhere in the universe. The more intense the feeling within the desire, the more quickly it will be attained. However, if one is foolish enough to desire something that will injure another of God’s children or any other part of His Creation, then that person will pay the penalty in discord and failure somewhere in his own Life’s experience.” “It is very important to realize fully that God’s intent for every one of His children is abundance of every good and perfect thing. He created Perfection and endowed His children with exactly the same power. They can create and maintain Perfection also and express God - dominion over the earth and all that is therein. Mankind was originally created in the Image: and Likeness of God. The only reason all do not manifest This dominion is because they do not use their Divine Authority - that with which each individual is endowed and by which he is intended to govern his world. Thus, they are not obeying the Law of Love by pouring out peace and blessing to all creation.” “The Eternal Law of Life is that - ‘Whatever you think and feel you bring into form; where your thought is, there you are - for you are your consciousness; and whatever you meditate upon - you become.’”
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2020-07-01   558 Tontonan
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2020-07-01

From Godfré Ray King’s Unveiled Mysteries – Revealed Ancient Wisdom by Ascended Master Saint Germain (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

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From Godfré Ray King’s Unveiled Mysteries – Revealed Ancient Wisdom by Ascended Master Saint Germain (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

Today, we continue with a selection from Guy Warren Ballard’s, or Godfré Ray King’s book “Unveiled Mysteries.” “When one allows his mind to dwell upon thoughts of hate - condemnation - lust - envy - jealousy - criticism - fear - doubt - or suspicion - and allows these feelings of irritation to generate within him - he will certainly have discord, failure and disaster in his mind, body and world. As long as he persists in allowing his attention to be held by such thoughts - whether they be about nations - persons - places - conditions - or things - he is absorbing those activities into the substance of his mind, his body, and his affairs - in fact he is compelling - forcing - them into his experience.” “The Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit is the feeling side of Life - God - the Activity of Divine Love - or the Mother Expression of Deity. This is why the sin against the Holy Ghost is referred to - as that which brings such great distress - because any discord in the feeling breaks the Law of Love - which is the Law of Balance - Harmony -and Perfection.” “The greatest crime in the Universe against the Law of Love is humanity’s almost ceaseless sending forth - of every kind of irritable and destructive feeling.” “He - who cannot or will not control his thoughts and feelings - is in a bad way - for every door of his consciousness is wide open to the disintegrating activities - thrown off by other minds and the emotions of other personalities. It takes neither strength, wisdom nor training to give way to unkind, destructive impulses, and the full-grown human beings who do this are but children - in their development of self-control.” “However - no matter how much effort it takes to bring these two activities under control - it is worth any amount of time and energy expended - and no Real - Permanent - Dominion - of one’s Life and world can take place without it. It will be my pleasure and privilege to teach you the use of these Higher Laws, and their application will enable you to release True Wisdom and bring about All Perfection.”
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2020-07-02   518 Tontonan
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2020-07-02

Selections from "The World’s Advance Thought" – a Periodical by Lucy A. Mallory (vegetarian): Evolution of Life, Part 1 of 2

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Selections from "The World’s Advance Thought" – a Periodical by Lucy A. Mallory (vegetarian): Evolution of Life, Part 1 of 2

“The Spirited Monthly Newspaper – The World's Advance Thought” was a monthly periodical founded by Lucy A. Mallory in 1886. The paper’s motto was “Love is the way, the truth, and the life.” Mrs. Lucy Mallory contributed her own spiritual writings as well as the inspired contributions of others. Through this uplifting publication, Lucy Mallory highlighted themes that emphasized the “inner light” of the human being. She also advocated vegetarianism for its loving kindness to other beings. She once said, “Vegetarianism is becoming worldwide. We are not speaking of forced vegetarianism – that doesn't count. We are speaking of vegetarians who have adopted the humane diet because of a sense of justice to animals.” And also, “The animal is not soulless; it has the seeds of all human principles. Through the lower forms of life these seeds are dormant. Every human principle is there, but unborn, save the vital, the astral and the instrumental.” We now share with you selections from the periodical – “The World’s Advance Thought.” “Soul Communion is the unabridged Fountain of Wisdom, and those who enter this Sanctuary of Life will be blest with that which unfolds the Immortal Consciousness, where death is unknown. If the peoples of all the nations would unite in observing Soul Communion, Universal Peace would be established in the being of all and in the World Consciousness.” “Everything is moving Godward. We get according to our capacity to receive. The Spirit of Love leads directly to Heaven.” “The observance of Kindness to Animals is the greatest movement for the progress of the whole world. Everything, animate, and that which we call ‘inanimate,’ has life-force. This is why we are attracted to some things and persons and not to others.” “Spirit communication is a Fount of Golden Suggestions. To the aspiring and thoughtful they are a treasury of infinite possibilities and value. God is the Unselfish, Altruistic, Wise and Loving, Constructive Principle in Humanity; the devil is the ignorant, selfish, hateful, vicious, destructive lack of principle in Humanity.”
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-10   289 Tontonan
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-10

Selections from "The World’s Advance Thought" – a Periodical by Lucy A. Mallory (vegetarian): On Love, Part 2 of 2

00:12:52

Selections from "The World’s Advance Thought" – a Periodical by Lucy A. Mallory (vegetarian): On Love, Part 2 of 2

“Love is all sufficient to itself. Love makes perfect. When Love has become conscious in us, then is life joyous in all its expressions. Keep the mind filled with kind, loving thoughts and you will never be burdened. The Angels of the Lord will bless you! The difference between an Angel and a devil, is that the Angel makes a Heaven out of a hades, and the devil makes a hades out of a Heaven.” “Love knows. Love satisfies. Love yourself: Love is a Reformer. Love is the Creator. Love overcomes death. Love prevents old age. Love transforms all enmity. Love makes things intelligent. Love is the Door to Happiness. Love has a Universal Language. Love is Spiritual Understanding. Love never fails in any purpose. Love purifies everything it touches. Love is clairvoyant and clairaudient. Love things, and they will be beautiful. Love transforms all discords to Harmony. Love is a sure wrinkle eradicator (no charges). Love dissolves the veil between this world and the Spirit World.” “God now materializes to human comprehension. This is the Day of Judgment when the world begins to pay. When the killing ceases, contagious diseases will cease. God is the Triune-Light-in-One: the Light of Love, the Light of Intelligence, and the Light of Day. The opposite, or God's Shadow, is the triune-darkness-in-one: the darkness of hatred, the darkness of ignorance, and the darkness of night. Virtue grows and thrives in the first, and criminality in the last. Where Love rules, God rules; where hatred rules, the Shadow reigns. Where Wisdom is; God is there; where ignorance prevails, the Shadow is on top.” “There is a Glorious Time coming soon. The Lord is over all, and all disorder must now come into Heavenly Order! Keep a cheerful heart, and be quiet, and Heaven will be in control!”
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-11   411 Tontonan
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-11

True Listening and Learning – from The Book of Life by Jiddu Krishnamurti (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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True Listening and Learning – from The Book of Life by Jiddu Krishnamurti (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

Jiddu Krishnamurti was an internationally renowned spiritual figure, born in 1895 in southern India, who, to this present day, is still considered one of the greatest thinkers and religious teachers of all time. He did not proclaim any religion, sect, or country, and always pointed out that we are first humans and do not need to identify with nationality, race or religious beliefs. From 1929 until his death in 1986, Jiddu Krishnamurti traveled throughout the world talking to large audiences, individuals, scientists, religious figures, writers, philosophers, educators, as well as giving radio and television interviews. Krishnamurti’s only concern was to set humanity “absolutely, unconditionally free.” His vision was for humans to have a more profound understanding of themselves and of the art of living, so as to bring about a new and peaceful generation. A compassionate vegetarian, the beloved Krishnamurti was also a founder of schools in India, the United States and the United Kingdom. They are based on a holistic, global outlook, with a concern for humanity and the environment and their interconnected relationship. The schools were established to be places where the existential concerns of life could be explored freely and responsibly. In addition, Jiddu Krishnamurti was an author of numerous books. Among them are “The Awakening of Intelligence,” “The Urgency of Change,” “Freedom from the Known,” and “The Flight of the Eagle.” Today, we will have a glimpse of some of Jiddu Krishnamurti’s insights from his book, “The Book of Life.” “Have you ever sat very silently, not with your attention fixed on anything, not making an effort to concentrate, but with the mind very quiet, really still? Then you hear everything, don’t you? You hear the far-off noises as well as those that are nearer and those that are very close by, the immediate sounds — which means really that you are listening to everything. Your mind is not confined to one narrow little channel. If you can listen in this way, listen with ease, without strain, you will find an extraordinary change taking place within you, a change which comes without your volition, without your asking; and in that change there is great beauty and depth of insight.”
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-13   325 Tontonan
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-13

True Listening and Learning – from The Book of Life by Jiddu Krishnamurti (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

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True Listening and Learning – from The Book of Life by Jiddu Krishnamurti (vegetarian), Part 2 of 2

We now continue with an excerpt from Jiddu Krishnamurti’s precious guidance in “The Book of Life,” a collection of the highly respected thinker’s spiritual insights for every day. “...It seems to me that learning is astonishingly difficult, as is listening also. We never actually listen to anything because our mind is not free; our ears are stuffed up with those things that we already know, so listening becomes extraordinarily difficult. I think — or rather, it is a fact — that if one can listen to something with all of one’s being, with vigor, with vitality, then the very act of listening is a liberative factor, but unfortunately you never do listen, as you have never learned about it. After all, you only learn when you give your whole being to something.” “To learn, the mind must be quiet ‘To discover anything new you must start on your own; you must start on a journey completely denuded, especially of knowledge, because it is very easy, through knowledge and belief, to have experiences; but those experiences are merely the products of self-projection and therefore utterly unreal, false. If you are to discover for yourself what is the new, it is no good carrying the burden of the old, especially knowledge — the knowledge of another, however great. You use knowledge as a means of self-projection, security, and you want to be quite sure that you have the same experiences as the Buddha or the Christ or X. But a man who is protecting himself constantly through knowledge is obviously not a truth-seeker... For the discovery of truth there is no path... When you want to find something new, when you are experimenting with anything, your mind has to be very quiet, has it not?’” “Learning implies the love of understanding and the love of doing a thing for itself. Learning is possible only when there is no coercion of any kind.” “Learning is never accumulative. You cannot store up learning and then from that storehouse act. You learn as you are going along. Therefore, there is never a moment of retrogression or deterioration or decline.”
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-14   298 Tontonan
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-14

Selection from Signs of Agni Yoga: Heart – by Spiritual Messengers Nicholas and Helena Roerich (vegetarians), Part 1 of 2

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Selection from Signs of Agni Yoga: Heart – by Spiritual Messengers Nicholas and Helena Roerich (vegetarians), Part 1 of 2

The esteemed mystical and philosophical writers Nicholas Roerich and his wife Helena Roerich are two of the most influential spiritual thought leaders from Russia. They are recognized for founding a doctrine called Agni Yoga, also known as Living Ethics. Believed to be a synthesis of all yogas (spiritual disciplines), Agni Yoga focuses on the daily practice of Love, Beauty, and noble Action. And to the Roerichs, He was the inspiration behind all of their noble ideals for the world. Morya revealed messages of higher wisdom to Nicholas and Helena Roerich, which they recorded on paper and later gathered into a series of texts. We will now read a selection from one of Roerich’s series of volumes “Signs of Agni Yoga,” entitled “Heart.” “After our daily labors, let us gather in conversation about the heart. It will lead us through the earthly domains to the Subtle World and thereby bring us closer to the realm of Fire. “To see with the eyes of the heart; to hear the roar of the world with the ears of the heart; to peer into the future with the understanding of the heart; to remember past accumulations through the heart – that is how the aspirant must boldly advance on the path of ascent.” “The heart is a ss, but not a hall of idols. So, while We have nothing against the construction of a temple, fetishism or bazaars are unacceptable to Us. Likewise, when We talk about building a temple in the form of a heart, We do not have in mind a heart-shaped building; We are indicating the temple’s inner significance. A true temple cannot exist unless there is awareness of the infinite chain; similarly, the heart is in contact with all the sensations of the Cosmos.” “There is neither a day nor an hour when the world is free of danger! To discern the dangers, not two eyes are necessary but three, as shown on the Banner of the Lords. One should understand that the temple of the heart gives rise to an urgent sensation. It was no accident that the heart was marked with the sign of the cross. Indeed, the sign of the cross is an eternal companion of the temple of the heart.”
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-17   319 Tontonan
Kata-kata Hikmah
2020-07-17
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