Paper 68 – The Dawn of Civilization 68:0:2 (763.2) Civilization is a racial acquirement; it is not biologically inherent; hence must all children be reared in an environment of culture, while each succeeding generation of [More]
Foreword 0:0:1 (1.1) Human beings are still more confused and uncertain about the relationships of the divine personalities designated by these numerous appellations. Paper 10 – The Paradise Trinity 10:3:2 (110.8) In eternity and as [More]
Audio File   It is impossible accurately to determine, simultaneously, the exact location and velocity of a moving object; any attempt at measurement of either inevitably involves change in the other. The same sort of [More]
Audio File   Though the stimuli of the external material world may originate ideas, ‘ideals’ are only born in the creative realms of inner life! Therefore inner and outer worlds maintain different set of values. [More]