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The Path of the Just

Solomon says: "the path of the just is as a shining light, shining more and more unto the perfect day,"—The paths of life are varied and of diversified values. Each presents more or less of attractions for the wayfarer, according as he is predisposed. He may venture upon untried and…
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The Divine Justice (Poem)

The only destiny there is for theeIn store, there is, dear friend, for every man;For he who wills I count it certain(Nay must) create the fate that is to be. God doth not arbitrate for you and me—We pass the sentence after life's brief span;It hath been so indeed since…
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Justice

At some period or other of our life there must come a time when we feel an intense longing to come to the bottom of things, to sift them through and do away with the dross. We have, that is, the majority of us, been brought up in some form…
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Above Life's Turmoil

You can listen to James Allen's book Above Life's Turmoil using the player below. Click on the play button to listen online or you can download the files to your computer using the links in the download column for use on your iPod or other MP3 player. .mp3browser {width:100%} .mp3browser…
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Simple Justice

Modes of life are suggested by all ethical teachers, who place rules of conduct before us according to the light which shines through them. With some it is from the standpoint of Purity—some Unselfishness—some Love—and some Truth. How is Truth to be known? How is Love to be expressed? One…
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Justice and Love

One frequently hears justice referred to as being opposed to love. Such an error arises out of lack of understanding of the profound and comprehensive significance of these two principles, for two divine laws cannot stand in opposition or contradiction to each other. Two basic laws, both admittedly good, must…
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Divine Justice

As man is, so has he made himself. The Divine Essence, the True Self within him emanates from the Almighty; but his physical surroundings are of his own creation. The present is the outcome of the past; therefore the future may be controlled by the present. Sickness and health, wisdom…
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The Supreme Justice

The material universe is maintained and preserved by the equilibrium of its forces. The moral universe is sustained and protected by the perfect balance of its equivalents. As in the physical world Nature abhors a vacuum, so in the spiritual world disharmony is annulled. Underlying the disturbances and destructions of…
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Is There Any Injustice in the Universe?

Justice is not postponed;a perfect equity adjusts the balance in all parts of life.—Emerson The material universe is maintained and preserved by the equilibrium of its forces. The moral universe is sustained and protected by the perfect balance of its equivalents. As in the physical world Nature abhors a vacuum,…
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Justice in Evil

Today we frequently meet with the assertion, "All is good." Pope, in his famous essay on man, said: Whatever is, is right. and nearly all are familiar with Browning’s oft-quoted line: God's in His heaven, all's right with the world. In the face of these statements, the questions naturally arise:…
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Justice

Justice is the attribute of the Supreme Being, upon which we most rely for the comprehension of our failures. We aim high, and for some unknown reason do not succeed in attaining the goal of our aspirations. Yet to live up to a high ideal even in a failing human…
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Love or Justice

Placed in the balance and found wanting is a scientific problem, only solved on the principles of vibration. That the human understanding and feeling of contentment depend upon the curbing of sense and self is generally taught but only known to the experienced. Their antitheses, ignorance and indolence, leave the…
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