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"Wisdoms of the Ages"

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Enlightenments, Wisdoms and Spiritual Insights!!!

Our Spiritual Insights Quotations pages show how such major World Religions as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism and Judaism ALL, and WITHOUT EXCEPTION, regard such attributes as "Charity", "Purity of Heart", "Humility" and "Meekness" as being of a "Central" Spiritual Significance.

The contents of our pages were inspired by a celebrated study into Comparative Religion, Aldous Huxley's ~ The Perennial Philosophy where some "Common Ground" between the major World Religions as to Core Spiritual Truths was presented.
We believe that our own studies into Comparative Spirituality have significantly extended the range of agreement already accepted by Aldous Huxley.

Representative selections of Spiritual and Poetical Insights Quotations have now been gathered together in order to allow our visitors an opportunity to conveniently "Download" them!!!

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"What is the business of history? What is the stuff of which it is made? Who is the personage of history? Man : evidently man and human nature. There are many different elements in history. What are they? Evidently again, the elements of human nature. History is therefore the development of humanity, and of humanity only; for nothing else but humanity develops itself, for nothing else than humanity is free. …
… Moreover, when we have all the elements, I mean all the essential elements, their mutual relations do, as it were, discover themselves. We draw from the nature of these different elements, if not all their possible relations, at least their general and fundamental relations."
Victor Cousin, Introduction to the History of Philosophy (1829)

Understanding the Past and the Present