Blavatsky HP - Gems from the East/Wanted

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Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
Gems from the East
A Birthday Book of Precepts and Axioms
Contents (Rus.) Russian (literal) Russian (poetic) English wanted
Thought of the day:

He who knows not his own worth, will never appreciate the worth of others.


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  1. The man who neglects the truth he finds in his soul, in order to follow its dead-letter, is a time-server.
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  2. He who feeds the hungry before he has assuaged his own hunger, prepares for himself eternal food. He who renounces that food for the sake of a weaker brother is – a god.
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  3. In health and wealth man is never in want of friends. True friends, however, are those who remain when they are needed.
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  4. Man who has not hesitated to project his image in space and call it the Creator, sculpted not to endow God with his own vices.
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  5. Of all the animals on earth, man alone has the faculty of causing moral trouble.
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  6. The soothsayer for evil never knows his own fate.
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  7. Truth is brighter than the sun; truth is the sunny day of Reason, and falsehood the mind's dark night.
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  8. The light of all flesh is the sun; the light of the soul – truth everlasting.
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  9. Without Karma, no fisherman could catch a fish; outside of Karma, no fish would die on dry land, or in boiling water.
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  10. Empty thy mind of evil, but fill it with good.
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  11. Sleep is but birth into the land of Memory; birth but a sleep in the oblivion of the Past.
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  12. To forgive without forgetting, is again to reproach the wrong-doer every time the act comes back to us.
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  13. There is more courage in facing the world with undisguised truth, than in descending into a wild beast's den.
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  14. People talk of the Devil. Every man has seen him; he is in every sinful heart.
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  15. Wealth in the hands of one who thinks not of helping mankind with it, is sure to turn one day into dry leaves.
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  16. Craft has the best of men; boldness conquers cities; the first is despised, the last admired.
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  17. Like as the night follows the day, so misfortune is the shadow of joy; Karma bestowing her lots with both hands.
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