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The divine essence is Unknowable to the finite intellect, but knowable, in a certain sense, by the deepest intuition. And this sense can arise to the man previously prepared by instruction and purification, or by studied knowledge and purification, if he puts away thoughts, even those about the essence, or lets them lapse of their own accord, and awaits its self-disclosure patiently, reverently, lovingly--three conditions of high importance.


-- Notebooks Category 28: The Alone > Chapter 2: Our Relation To the Absolute > # 90

-- Perspectives > Chapter 28: The Alone > # 29






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