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Our bodily lives are ‘nothing,’ but an opportunity to discover the source of our being, Something,
Yet, some call it ‘nothing!’
from THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDELENE, by Jean-Yves Leloup
“Rather, it signifies an awakening to this very dimension of Being that is the source of our existence now, and of the mystery of there being something instead of nothing!”
A great description of the Tao comes from THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDELENE,
“Nothing that can be found in the ALL of which IT is the cause!”
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from THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDELENE by Jean-Yves LeLoup
“The divine lover is spirit without body;
The physical lover is body without spirit;
The spiritual lover possesses spirit and body.
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From THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDELENE, by Jean-Yves Loloup
pp. 78, 79:
“‘To understand all is to forgive all,’ Plato said long ago. ‘The more I know, the more I love, and then the more I know!’ said Saint Catherine of Sienna, a millennium later.
The more truly pure of heart I am, the more my heart sees, and the more merciful it is. And the more merciful it is, the more it sees, and the purer it becomes!'”