Audio File        The chief pursuit of the ever-advancing mortals is the quest for a better understanding and a fuller realization of the comprehensible elements of Deity —  truth, beauty, and goodness.  This represents [More]
Audio File   1.  Man is a material fact of nature, but his life is a phenomenon which transcends the material levels of nature in that it exhibits the control attributes of mind and the [More]
Audio File   Knowledge is the sphere of the material or fact-discerning mind. Truth is the domain of the spiritually endowed intellect that is conscious of knowing God. Knowledge is demonstrable; truth is experienced. Knowledge [More]
Audio File        If a man is not hungry for truth, not dissatisfied with himself, not ready to ask for help, and the eyes of his mind not open to receive light for his [More]
Audio File   Women seem to have more intuition than men, and have always been the moral standard-bearers and the spiritual leaders of mankind; but they also appear to be somewhat less logical.  Only socially [More]
Audio File   Religion is not alone dogmatic; natural philosophy equally tends to dogmatize. When a renowned religious teacher reasoned that the number seven was fundamental to nature because there are seven openings in the [More]
Audio File   1. Life will become a burden of existence unless you learn how to fail gracefully. 2. There is an art in defeat which noble souls always acquire; you must know how to [More]
Audio File   “Truth cannot be defined with words — only by living!” Truth is always more than knowledge. Knowledge only pertains to things you can see, but truth transcends such purely material levels for [More]
Audio File   The infinite and universal mind is ministered in the universes of time and space as the cosmic mind. The circuits of the cosmic mind influence the intellectual levels of all known existence. [More]
Audio File        Religion is not alone dogmatic; natural philosophy equally tends to dogmatize.  When a renowned religious teacher reasoned that the number seven was fundamental to nature because there are seven openings in [More]