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" As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing their name and their form, thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great. "
Philosophy, Qabbala and Vedānta: Comparative Metaphysics and Ethics ... - Page 202
by Maurice Fluegel - 1902 - 307 pages
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His Star in the East: A Study in the Early Aryan Religions

Leighton Parks - 1887 - 292 pages
...wise, having reached him who is omnipresent everywhere,2 devoted to the Self, enter into him wholly. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine person, who is greater than the great (ie, than self). He who knows that highest Brahman...
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His Star in the East: A Study in the Early Aryan Religions

Leighton Parks - 1887 - 292 pages
...wise, having reached him who is omnipresent everywhere,2 devoted to the Self, enter into him wholly. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine person, who is greater than the great (ie, than self). He who knows that highest Brahman...
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The Upanishads, Volumes 1-2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1897
...knowledge become all one in the highest Imperishable. 8. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea8, ( losing their name and their form, thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great *. 9. He who knows that highest Brahman, becomes even...
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The Dhamma of Gotama the Buddha and the Gospel of Jesus the Christ: A ...

Charles Francis Aiken - 1900 - 348 pages
...self." * " Their deeds and their self with all his knowledge become all one in the highest Imperishable. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the Divine Person who is greater than the great. He who knows that highest Brahman, becomes even Brahman....
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Taxation and the Distribution of Wealth: Studies in the Economic, Ethical ...

Frederic Mathews - 1914 - 680 pages
...Divinity can be formulated. Religion can take him no farther; faith can bring him no nearer to God. "As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great. He who knows that highest Brahman becomes even Brahman....
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The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys ...

Charles Francis Horne - 1917
...Devas. Their deeds and their Self with all his knowledge become all one in the highest Imperishable. 8. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great. He overcomes grief, he overcomes evil ; free from...
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The Origin of Subjectivity in Hindu Thought

Ethel May Kitch - 1917 - 82 pages
...one in the highest Imperishable. As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing their name and form, thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person, who is greater than the great."1 "'By the words "He is" is He apprehended, and by...
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Redemption, Hindu and Christian

Sydney Cave - 1919 - 263 pages
...things. For such, his deeds and his self with all his knowledge become one with the highest Imperishable. 'As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing...thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person who is greater than the great.' 5 And this liberation was felt to be real and blessed....
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The Essentials of Christianity

Henry Clay Sheldon - 1922 - 314 pages
...to be the individual soul is identification with this one self. In a text of the Upanishads we read: "As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing their name and form, thus a wise man, freed from name and form, goes to the divine Person who is greater than the...
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A Comparative History of Ideas

Hajime Nakamura - 1992 - 572 pages
...become one with the absolute, even as the rivers losing their name and form become one with the ocean. "As the flowing rivers disappear in the sea, losing their name and their form, thus a sage, freed from name and form, is merged in the divine Person, who is greater than the great." 13...
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