What is Truth: By Christian D. Larson ...

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New literature publishing Company, 1912 - Truth - 185 pages
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Page 164 - ... mind has the power of affecting inanimate objects and persons at a distance dates back to prehistoric times. As there are forces in the human personality besides those employed for muscular and chemical purposes, so there are faculties in the mind that far transcend the ones we use in objective thought and thinking. These higher faculties, most fortunately, are yet dormant in mankind as a whole. Better give children dynamite than entrust the creative powers of thought to selfish and ambitious...
Page 83 - The strong soul is never disturbed or made unhappy when meeting things out of place. He does not have to suggest to himself that all is well, when it is not, in order to keep himself composed. He knows that he is ready for any emergency, that he is equal to any occasion, that he has the power to overcome any adversity, and that he has the ability to make all things right.
Page 70 - Therefore those who receive the wisdom ot the past, or the impressions of the present, as something to have and to hold, gain absolutely nothing.
Page 164 - ... develop, nothing can be more important than to know what to do with those things that lie just beyond the limitations of the present, or to understand such truths as may be found beyond the truth we now understand. The many are in the habit of declaring "one world at a time," meaning that they purpose to consider only what they are normally conscious of in the present.
Page 157 - What is ours, is ours," and we believe no one has the right to tell us what we should or should not do with our own.
Page 57 - The fact is that when you accept anything as final you bring your mind to a standstill in that sphere of action. And the fact that...
Page 137 - This is the only natural standard by which we can judge what is right and what is wrong.

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