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Past, present, future — principles that are bigger than man

Featuring “Salvation Riddim” by Rastapicney BabyLion

Those who are devoid of discrimination and fail to distinguish between real and unreal, the fleeting and the permanent, set their hearts on the changeable things of this world; hence they entangle themselves in the net of insatiable desire, which leads inevitably to disappointment and suffering. To such, death must seem a reality because they identify themselves with that which is born and which dies. But the wise, who see deeper into the nature of things, are no longer deluded by the charm of the phenomenal world and do not seek for permanent happiness among its passing enjoyments. [MPH]

Source: Excerpt from Manly P. Hall’s Lecture Series

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