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All verbal definitions of the World-Mind are inevitably limited and inadequate. If the statements here made seem to be of the nature of dogmatic concepts it is because of the inadequacy of language to convey more subtle meaning. They who read these lines with intuitive insight allied to clear thinking will see that the concepts are flexible verbal frames for holding thought steady in that borderland of human consciousness where thinking verges on wordless knowing.

-- Notebooks Category 27: World-Mind > Chapter 1 : What Is God? > # 56

-- Perspectives > Chapter 27: World-Mind > # 11