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" It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit, as if a lump of salt was thrown into the sea ; it becomes dissolved into the water (from which it was produced), and is not to be taken out again. "
Hindu Philosophy: The Bhagavad Gītā; Or, The Sacred Lay. A Sanskrit ... - Página 43
1889 - 208 páginas
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A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature: So Far as it Illustrates the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1859 - 607 páginas
...mind, all knowledge in the heart, all actions in the hands, and all the Holy Scriptures in speech." " It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit,...it was produced), and is not to be taken out again. But wherever you take the water and taste it, it is salt. Thus is this great, endless, and boundless...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen208

1860
...kindled with dry fuel, thus, 0 Maitrêyî, have all the holy words been breathed out of that great Being a agi, à<br/> l'origine, comme un fixatif...cor-<br/> respondait partiellement à une sorte But wherever you take the water and taete it, it is salt. Thus in this great endless and boundless...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volumen208

1860
...kindled with dry fuel, thus, 0 MaitrOyi, have all the holy words been breathed out of that great Being It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit, as if a lump of salt was tlirown into the sea. It becomes dissolved into the water (from which it was produced), and is not...
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A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature So Far as it Illustrates the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1860 - 607 páginas
...mind, all knowledge in the heart, all actions in the hands, and all the Holy Scriptures in speech." " It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit, as if a lump ofjsalt was thrown into the sea ; it becomes dissolved into the water (from which it was produced),...
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Ancient and Mediaeval India, Volumen1

Mrs. Manning (Charlotte Speir) - 1869
...have all holy words been breathed out of that Great Being. His last illustration is as follows: "' It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit, as if a lump of salt was thrown into the sea It cannot be taken out again —the whole water becomes salt, but the salt disappears When we have passed...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen114

1872
...If we see, hear, perceive, and know him, O Maitreyi, then this whole universe is known to us." * " It is with us when we enter into the Divine Spirit,...it was produced, and is not to be taken out again. But wherever you take the water and taste it, it is salt. Thus is this great endless and boundless...
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Darwinism in Morals, and Other Essays

Frances Power Cobbe - 1872 - 399 páginas
...because we love her, but because we love in her the Divine Spirit. . . . ,It is with us when we enter the Divine Spirit, as if a lump of salt was thrown into the sea. It cannot be taken out again. The water becomes salt, but the salt disappears. "When we have passed away,...
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SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY.

CHARLES HODGE - 1873
...the sounds issuing from a drum or a lute, smoke rising from a fire, vapour from the sea. He adds, " It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit,...it was produced), and is not to be taken out again. But wherever you take the water and taste it, it is salt. Thus is this great, endless, and boundless...
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The Journal of speculative philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris. microform, Volumen8

1874
...consolatory to the former: "It is with us, when we enter the divine spirit, as if a lump of salt were thrown into the sea; it becomes dissolved into the...it was produced), and is not to be taken out again. But wherever you take the water and taste it, it is salt. Thus is the great, endless, and boundless...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen63

1876
...to his wife the highest knowledge, to understand which is immortality. ' It is with us,' he says, ' when we enter into ' the Divine Spirit, as if a lump...it was ' produced, and is not to be taken out again ; but •wherever you ' take the water and taste it, it is salt. Thus is this great, end' less, and...
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