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" There is one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts, who, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their Self, to them belongs eternal peace, not to others. "
Natural Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before the University of ... - Page 98
by Friedrich Max Müller - 1889 - 608 pages
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as ..., Volume 28; Volume 959

Friedrich Max Müller - 1878 - 394 pages
...one eternal thinker, thinking non- eternal thoughts ; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their Self, to them belongs eternal peace.' 13. 'Whatever there is, the whole world, when gone forth (from Brahman) trembles in his breath....
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as ..., Volume 28; Volume 959

Friedrich Max Müller - 1878 - 394 pages
...one eternal thinker, thinking non- eternal thoughts ; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their Self, to them belongs eternal peace.' 13. 'Whatever there is, the whole world, when gone forth (from Brahman) trembles in his breath....
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The Hibbert Lectures

1879
...one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts ; he, though one, fulfills the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their Self, to them belongs eternal peace." 13. " Whatever there is, the whole world, when gone forth (from Brahman) trembles in his breath....
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1880
...is one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts ; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their Self, to them belongs eternal peace." This is the language of the best known of the Upanishads, the Katha Upanishad. It was first...
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India: what Can it Teach Us?: A Course of Lectures Delivered Before the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1883 - 282 pages
...is one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts ; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive Him within their Self, to them belongs eternal life, eternal peace.* "Whatever there is, the whole world, when gone forth (from Brahman), trembles...
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The Primitive Mind-cure: The Nature and Power of Faith; Or, Elementary ...

Warren Felt Evans - 1884 - 215 pages
...is one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise who perceive him within their self, to them belongs eternal life, eternal peace." (India, by Max Muller, p. 260.) That man possesses a triune nature, and is capable...
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An Outline of the Future Religion of the World: With a Consideration of the ...

Richard Morris Smith - 1884 - 588 pages
...is one eternal Thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts: he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise, who perceive him within, their Self, to them belongs eternal peace. (9) "As the one fire, after it has entered the world, though one, becomes different according...
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Healing by faith, or, Primitive mind-cure

Warren Felt Evans - 1885
...is one eternal thinker, thinking non-eternal thoughts; he, though one, fulfils the desires of many. The wise' who perceive him within their self, to them belongs eternal life, eternal peace." (" India," by Max Miiller, p. 260.) That man possesses a triune nature, and is...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 163

1886
...one, free from qualities. ' He is the one ruler of many who (seem to act but really) do not act : he makes the one seed manifold. The wise who perceive...to them belongs eternal happiness, not to others. ' He is the eternal among eternals, the thinker among thinkers ; who, though one, fulfils the desires...
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Essays on God and Man: Or A Philosophical Inquiry Into the Principles of ...

Henry Truro Bray - 1888 - 285 pages
...alone enveloping everything, as the Lord, they become immortal. . . . He is the one ruler of many. The wise who perceive him within their self, to them belongs eternal happiness, not to others." We have seen that for ages before the coming of Christ, God had been worshipped as the Creator, the...
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