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Result: 'Renunciation' (9)

Most people only have to hear the words ‘renunciation’ or ‘sacrifice’ to be seized with terror. They say, ‘If I have to renounce this or ...
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What can you add to a receptacle that is already full? Nothing. In order to pour something else into it, it must first be emptied. The same ...
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‘Renunciation’ and ‘sacrifice’ are certainly among the words people like least, for they understand them as being synonymous with ...
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Renunciation must never be a privation but a transposition, a translation to a higher plane. You continue the same activity but with purer, ...
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For human beings, the words ‘life’ and ‘death’ immediately evoke the notion of physical life and death, whereas physical life and death are ...
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To the rich young man who came to ask what rites he should observe in order to have eternal life, Jesus replied: ‘Go, sell what you own, ...
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It is true that when everyone around you is demanding sexual freedom and justifying these demands with seemingly valid arguments, you are ...
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How can you force any more liquid into a bottle that is already full? You cannot; you must begin by emptying it. The same applies to human ...
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Giving up certain sensual pleasures is meaningful only if they are replaced by acquisitions and joys of a spiritual nature. Religious ...
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