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|Do you believe God is greater than all, even truth? Gandhi didn't. In the words of |
one of our greatest spiritual thinkers, There is no God higher than truth.
Consider this revealing question: If God were no longer synonymous with what
|From this it follows that there must be a mind higher than the human mind in |
which truth resides. ... Truth is God. God is truth. No created thing possesses the
attributes of Truth or God. There can be no True propositions about created
|Like the Roman soldier held his armor together with the girdle (belt), believers |
must hold their armor together with the belt of truth. Mark Twain says, When in
doubt tell the truth. Mahatma Gandhi said, There is no god higher than truth.
|feel a sense of guilt and shame and therefore may incorrectly conclude there |
must be something really wrong with you. This is almost always not the truth.
Mahatma Gandhi once said, There is no God higher than truth. I believe he
meant for ...
|It is the quality of our work which will please God and not the quantity. Faith is |
not something to grasp, it is a state to grow into. Faith mustbe enforced by
reason. When faith becomes blind, itdies. There is no God higher than truth.
|preach any form ofTrinity (no Father, Son, Holy Spirit or Brahman, Shiva, Vishnu), |
but emphasizes the concept of universal love as the wellspring of all life and ...
Gandhi's fundamental message was that there is no god higher than truth.
|He said, My God is Truth.... There is no god higher than Truth. His whole life |
was an attempt to contact the Truth, and to live the Truth. So Gandhi's God was
Truth, and the God of Vedanta is Truth. But in his meditation Gandhi worshiped
|Every man is fully satisfied that there is such a thing as truth, or he would not ask |
any question. Charles ... Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Natural Law No one is such
a liar as the indignant man. Friedrich ... There is no god higher than truth.
|the emergence of Protestantism fostered not only the evil leaven of nationalism |
but also the anarchy of individualism. ... spirit of Jesus to build up the Kingdom of
God, and who recognizes with Gandhi that there is no God higher than Truth.
|fame, give me truth, said Thoreau. Mahatma Gandhi said, There is no god |
higher than truth. Jesus said, You will know the truth, and the truth shall make
you free. Truth is the property of no individual, but is the treasure of all men,