Seeing God

by Frithjof Schuon

"Since we are ‘not other' than the Self, we are condemned to eternity."

The faculty of "seeing God in everything" can be independent of all intellectual analysis; it can be a grace, the modes of which imponderables are and which springs from a profound love of God. When we say "intellectual analysis," we do not mean speculations in the void: the "categories" of which we have spoken are by no means "abstract," but their perception evidently depends on a discernment which appears to be abstract from the . . .


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