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Tolstoy’s Letter to Ghandi, Law of Love
by Leo Tolstoy

...to demand that all compulsory levying of taxes be discontinued, and all our legal and police institutions, and above all, military institutions, be abolished.

I have a Dream
by Martin Luther King Jr.

And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead. We cannot turn back.

Developing a Good Heart
by Dalai Lama

I always tell people that my religion is kindness, because kindness is “in our bones.” Without kindness, none of us could survive. When we are born we are welcomed with kindness and compassion.

Thomas Merton Memoirs about Interfaith
by Thomas Merton

I become very fond of Bramachari, and he of me. We got along very well together, especially since he sensed that I was trying to feel my way into a settled religious conviction, and into some kind of a life that was centered, as his was, on God.

An Indian Folk Religion
by Rabindranath Tagore

A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine.

On Enlightening the Mind
by Moses Mendelssohn

THE terms intellectual improvement, or enlightening the mind, cultivation, and civilization [Aufklärung, Kultur, Bildung], are as yet scarcely naturalized in the German language.

Be Like Adam’s Son
by Jawdat Sa’eed

I take up here an approach to the main dilemma of human life on this planet; I tackle this issue in the light of the story of Adam's two sons, as related by God in His Scripture, the Qur'an (5:27-31).

Essay on the Trinity
by Jonathan Edwards

IT IS COMMON when speaking of the Divine happiness to say that God is infinitely happy in the enjoyment of Himself, in perfectly beholding and infinitely loving, and rejoicing in, His own essence and perfection.

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