An Indian Study of Love and Death

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Longmans, 1908 - Death - 76 pages
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Page 15 - THE Lord hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee; Send thee help from the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out of Zion...
Page 16 - Speed forth, O Soul ! upon thy star-strewn path ; Speed, blissful one ! where thought is ever free, Where time and space no longer mist the view, Eternal peace and blessings be with thee ! Thy service true complete thy sacrifice, • Thy home the heart of love transcendent find ; Remembrance sweet, that kills all space and time, Like altar roses fill thy place behind ! Thy bonds are broke, thy quest in bliss is found, And one with That which comes as Death and Life Thou helpful one ! unselfish e'er...
Page 54 - Physician of the world's diseases. Guru of even the gods, To thee our salutation. Thee we salute. Thee we salute. Thee we salute. In the Indian tones — by Swami himself. There was an implication throughout the talk that Christ and Buddha were inferior to Krishna — in the grasp of problems — inasmuch as they preached the highest ethics as a world-path, whereas Krishna saw the right of the whole, in all its parts — to its...
Page 16 - O Krishna, Thou loving Shepherd of the people, Buddha, Lord of infinite compassion, Jesus, Thou lover and Saviour of the soul...
Page 14 - ... grew louder and clearer to the mental ear, one would hear the thunder of the great Ascription rise above it all : " Thou Mother of blessings, Thou the Giver of desires, Thou the Doer of all good, To Thee our salutation. Thee we salute, Thee we salute, Thee we salute. Thou terrible dark Night ! Thou the Night of Delusion ! Thou the Night of DEATH— To THEE our salutation ! Thee we salute. Thee we salute.
Page 14 - Humanity in the terrible words " of that which is born, death is certain : of that which is dead, birth is certain.
Page 12 - For all wounds and loneliness, For all angry and impatient thoughts, For all wherein we failed in love, Or loving, failed to say to thee, we loved, Forgive ! For all thy need in life, For all thy need in death, For labor that left thee weary, And for love that failed to comfort thee, Forgive!
Page 15 - but know that to be imperishable by which all this is pervaded. None can cause the destruction of that Atman, the Inexhaustible.
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Page 38 - UNION is the end. And union is not an act. It is a quality, inherent in the natures that have been attuned.

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