Get undressed and try this, it’s unbelievable.
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- “She felt it. This was not her imagination. It was all around her, but she couldn’t get a handle on it. It was as untouchable as the static between two radio channels.”
- “The one thing we can all guarantee is that our lives will end at some point. It actually helps to embrace that fact. I have found that time is more valuable when you can see your mortality on the horizon.”
- “The jewel has facets,” said the Chinese, “and it is possible that many religions are moderately true.” “I agree with that,” said Barnard heartily. “I never did believe in sectarian jealousies. Chang, you’re a philosopher, I must remember that remark of yours. ‘Many religions are moderately true.’ You fellows up on the mountain must be a lot of wise guys to have thought that out. You’re right, too, I’m dead certain of it.” “But we,” responded Chang dreamily, “are only moderately certain.”
- “Brethren, may we all come to the knowledge how to ‘open the Lodge upon the centre’ of ourselves and so realize in our own conscious experience the finding of the ‘imprisoned splendour’ hidden in the depths of our being, whose rising within ourselves will bring us peace and salvation.”
- all symptoms are purposeful, whether they are positive or negative.