Nightly Spiritual Quote #168 Science of Mind

“As one writer expresses it, “We often form our opinions on the slightest evi-
dence, yet we are inclined to cling to them with grim tenacity.” There are two reasons for this.
When we have formed an opinion on anything, the chances are that we have communicated it to some one, and have thereby committed ourselves to that side. Now to reverse an opinion is to confess that we were previously wrong. To reverse an opinion is to lay ourselves open to the charge of inconsistency. To be inconsistent is to admit that our judgments are human and fallible — this is the last thing we can ever think of. “Inconsistency,” said Emerson, “is the hobgoblin of little minds.” And if by this he meant inconsistency in the sense of changing opinions already formed, we must agree with him.”
― Hazlitt, Henry

Rosicrucian Reflections #122

“Mysticism teaches cosmic laws and principles by which we are brought into closer consciousness of our divine power. The mystical experience of union with the One imposes upon the mystic a moral obligation — to use this knowledge for the welfare of others.” Rosicrucian Manuscript


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May you always be

Healthy, Happy

Safe and Comfortable

Seth Kelly Curtis