Abraham Lincoln Quote
“Adhere to your purpose, and you will soon feel was well as you ever did. On the contrary, if you falter, and give up, you will lose the power of keeping any resolution, and you will regret it all your life.”
Also on Albert Schweitzer
He was a famous author and musician when he wanted to go to disease ridden Africa to become a Doctor. He found out that he would need to get the education to do that and did. He and his wife were French German so they could not win during WWII? At a French settlement in Africa they were interned by the French for being German! When you read of how I say there are little real men in this world here is part of what Einstein said about Schweitzer, …”Here in this sorry world is a MAN!”
What is most unique about him I found is that he wrote an entire book about “the mistakes made by scholars in understanding Jesus.” It was titled “The quest of the historical Jesus” I doubt your library has a copy even though it should. Sounds a bit like my writings?
See if you understand the relevance with regard to you hearing voices interjecting into your wealth of human consciousness, also what a man named Cousins had to say about him, ….”A saint becomes a saint when he is claimed by many men as their own, when he awakens in them a desire to know the best that is in them, and the desire to soar morally.”
My commentary and excerpts from Investors Business Daily Newspaper 03 27 2015