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Muslims Are Not the Problem
I have lived a long time, and I have witnessed much, both good and bad. When one is young, one is naturally optimistic, because one can envision how easy it would be to change bad things in the world. When one is older, one is naturally more pessimistic, because one sees that very few want to do the easy things that would make the world better. Worse, many people want to do that which they clearly know is wrong in order to achieve personal gain. Read more . . .
Nothing on earth can resist an absolutely nonresistant person. The Chinese say that water is the most powerful element, because it is perfectly nonresistant. It can wear away a rock, and sweep all before it. Read more . . .
Alchemists acknowledge the unity of matter, and in this respect are in agreement with the most eminent of official scientists. They base their atomic system on Ether, the universal fluid (the astral light of the Kabbala), and on the principle of evolution. According to them matter is composed of molecules divided into infinitesimal particles, called atoms, which again are but one degree removed from Ether; hence matter is compact energy which in the last resort is able to dissolve itself into free energy, into force. In truth for the Alchemist energy are but one and the same thing which in short is Substance, in the philosophical meaning of the word. Read more . . .
Some Interesting Reading:
"Question with boldness even the existence of God; because if there
be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason than that of
-- Thomas Jefferson
"There is but one religion, the religion of Truth."
-- James Allen
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