- (Book of the Arc of Bon 24:23) Wherefore I say unto you: All things come from an All Highest, name ye
Him what ye will. He who saith: Jehovih spake to me: He is the nearest
the mark of all. For all good knowledge that cometh to man, is
Jehovih's word to that man. Whether it come by an angel or by another
man, or by the commonest corporeal thing, it is nevertheless from the
- (Book of Inspiration 9:15-18) Yet, not all men created I with the same clearness to perceive Me, and to
frame My wisdom in words.
16. Few only will turn away from the inspiration of the world, and come unto Me.
17. Many profess Me in words, but they do not fulfill My inspiration in practice.
18. My words come easily to the pure in heart; and My wisdom showeth itself in the frame of their speech.
- (Book of Cosmogony and
Prophecy 9:10-11) Herb-food for man cultivateth the negative
condition; flesh-food for man increaseth the positive: Which is to
say, flesh-food carrieth man away from prophecy; away from
spirituality. A nation of meat-eaters will always culminate in
disbelievers in spirituality; and they become addicted to corporeal
passions. Such men can not understand; to them the world is vanity and
vexation, if poor; or, if rich, a place to revel in for lust's sake.
11. Let the prophet steer clear of them; nor marry with them; nor have
anything in common with them. For though a man learn all the motions
and powers of the corporeal worlds, his information is still but as a
drop of water compared to the ocean, when measured by the seer and
prophet that seeth the atmospherean and etherean worlds.
(God's Book of Eskra 26:1-2) Sakaya said: Ye cannot associate with all
men; for many are of diverse tastes and habits.
2. Nevertheless, refuse ye not all association because of this, for
there are such, as are consonant with you. And such, as are
disagreeable to you, are nevertheless compatable to others.