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The Art of Living - A Master Philosophy & Real Inspiration for Mother's Day

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Do you have a life philosophy? Do words of wisdom thrill you to the marrow? Are you a person that loves wise old sayings? If so, you'll love our show this week.

This week, we thought it would be nice, in honor of Mother's Day, to cover some of the magnificent philosophy offered by The Urantia Papers. Paper 160, Rodan of Alexandria, is a splendid example of Urantian philosophy. It contains words that stay with you forever and come back to you in times of need. These are words that you can base your life on.

Here's an example: "Prejudice blinds the soul to the recognition of truth, and prejudice can be removed only by the sincere devotion of the soul to the adoration of a cause that is all-embracing and all-inclusive of one's fellow men. Prejudice is inseparably linked to selfishness. Prejudice can be eliminated only by the abandonment of self-seeking and by substituting therefor the quest of the satisfaction of the service of a cause that is not only greater than self, but one that is even greater than all humanity—the search for God, the attainment of divinity. The evidence of maturity of personality consists in the transformation of human desire so that it constantly seeks for the realization of those values which are highest and most divinely real."

Here's another: "In the realm of religious experience, spiritual possibility is potential reality. Man's forward spiritual urge is not a psychic illusion. All of man's universe romancing may not be fact, but much, very much, is truth."

And one more: "Be not discouraged; human evolution is still in progress, and the revelation of God to the world, in and through Jesus, shall not fail."

The Urantia Book tells us that, "Philosophy is man's attempt at the unification of human experience."  Join us this week as we take a deep dive into Urantia Book philosophy. We hope you can listen in.

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