02 January | Sacred Readings v1

I. THE BEGINNING

They went away;
But still with us their altars and their priests
Remain, and from their shrines the hidden Gods
Peer forth with joy to watch the dance they taught,
And hear each night their chorus with the drum:
For changeless here the early World endures
In this first stronghold of humanity,
And, constant as the buffets of the waves
Of Queen Olókun on the shore, the song,
The dance of those old Gods abide, the mirth,
The life.

Myths of Ífè


Book 1, XVII

All things flow from thence: and whatsoever it is that is, is both necessary, and conducing to the whole (part of which thou art), and whatsoever it is that is requisite and necessary for the preservation of the general, must of necessity for every particular nature, be good…

And as for the whole, it is preserved, as by the perpetual mutation and conversion of the simple elements one into another, so also by the mutation, and alteration of things mixed and compounded. Let these things suffice thee; let them be always unto thee, as thy general rules and precepts.

Meditations of Marcus Aurelius


Wisdom and love are the two qualities of Being that, communing together, declare, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” This is the mental image of man that in Truth we call the Christ.

Charles Fillmore





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