Autumn Leaves & The Ring: Poems by Frithjof Schuon (Writings by Frithjof Schuon

By Frithjof Schuon

This ebook comprises collections, Autumn Leaves and the hoop, and is on the market the following for the 1st time in a bilingual English-German version. a few of the sections comprise: attractiveness, Human Questions, Doctrine, memories, photographs, and the Soul. In those poetic teachings Schuon speaks on to the reader, expressing each a possibility subtlety of religious and ethical advice. They convenience and encourage the reader to domesticate internal attractiveness and search a deeper awareness of the presence of God.

Show description

МДМА Read or Download Autumn Leaves & The Ring: Poems by Frithjof Schuon (Writings of Frithjof Schuon) PDF

Best world literature books

The German Legacy in East Central Europe as Recorded in Recent German-Language Literature (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)

This examine specializes in the complicated legacy of the German and Austrian political and cultural presence in East imperative Europe within the 20th century. It contributes to the dialogue of German id in jap Europe, and has very important implications for German, Austrian, and East eu experiences. It addresses the categorical occasions of the previous Habsburg areas of Bukovina (the Ukraine/Romania), Moravia (the Czech Republic), and Banat (Romania) as illustrated in modern literature through German-speaking authors, equivalent to Herta Müller, Erica Pedretti, Gregor von Rezzori, and Edgar Hilsenrath.

La Oveja Negra y Demas Fabulas

Ebook by means of Augusto Monterroso

Reversing Babel: Translation Among the English During an Age of Conquests, c. 800 to c. 1200

Reversing Babel: Translation one of the English in the course of an Age of Conquests, c. 800 to c. 1200, begins with a small puzzle: Why did the Normans translate English legislations, the legislation of the folks they'd conquered, from previous English into Latin? fixing this puzzle intended asking questions on what medieval writers thought of language and translation, what created the necessity and wish to translate, and the way translators went in regards to the paintings.

Additional info for Autumn Leaves & The Ring: Poems by Frithjof Schuon (Writings of Frithjof Schuon)

Sample text

But there is another way to interpret it: Truth is masculine; striving for illumination Is feminine — O cup, let thyself be filled, As have all those who have awoken to the Light. Domains of the Spirit Truth and Holiness; Beauty and Love; Nobility and Greatness — the primordial dream of lofty souls. First starting-point, then goal: what we choose in our heart Should unfold in the course of our life. And then the arts that delight the soul: Poetry, music and dance; to austere Truth Belong the beautiful and the noble, which rejuvenate — Just as the gopðs were Krishna’s joy.

Mary — full of Grace. Praise be to God, Who tests our hearts through humility. Herbstblätter 38 Caritas Du, der du einsam betest, denke nicht Du seist allein; auch andern gegenüber, Die du nicht kennst, ist dein Gebet ein Gut Und eine Segenskraft und eine Pflicht. Gottesgedenken schuldest du dem Höchsten — Und dann dir selbst, und ebenso dem Nächsten. Der Ort, wo für den Herrn ihr stillesteht, Ist wie ein Pol, um den die Welt sich dreht. Das Schwert Lass der Wahrheit lichtes Schwert durchschneiden Nebelschleier deiner dunklen Seele; Wort des Allerhöchsten und des Heiles — Trag es stets im Herzen, in der Kehle.

Little Things To be great, and yet pay heed to little things: Quite often the little is like a part of greatness. The vain person may scorn what is small — The one who is intelligent must see its meaning. To be great is not the art of puffing oneself up — Greatness strives toward the essence of things. Herbstblätter 48 Wünsche Man kann nicht völlig ohne Wünsche sein Wenn man ein Mensch ist. Denn der Mensch muss essen Und trinken um zu leben. Doch man kann Die Dinge wünschen und nicht Gott vergessen — Sonst käm kein Segen auf den Erdenplan.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.49 of 5 – based on 45 votes

Categories: World Literature