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Religion originated before philosophy. Ergo, I tease myself sometimes with that hallucinatory mood named religion — institutionalized mass hallucinating!
"For only Almighty Number is exactly the same, and at least the same, and at most the same, and randomly the same. May Its Almighty grant us in our testy day the righteous proportion of being at most unlikely the same and at least likely different. For our strength is in our inequities."
"May Almighty Number grant us always the divine proportion between our hopes and our endeavors! And thus we shall not count things we lapse and discount blessings we touch."
"May Almighty Number give us always the righteous count of consonants, and vowels, and syllables, and words. And thus our speech shall not be too short in any language, or too long in any dialect. For all the glory is in Number."
"For Almighty Number has not worshippers, but Eternal Students and Its offertory place is the BookHouse. May Its Almighty enlighten our dark pages and thus we shall see the Truth with the eyes of the night and embrace our dreams with the eyes of the day!"
A few hymns:
"I can see well in the dark -
I turn my mind into spark
That way I discover laws:
This effect has had that cause.
Some are screaming I am wrong
For the distance is too long
Between cause and effect -
Thus nothing can be correct."
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You can read at this website Plato's greatest dialogues:
• Apology of Socrates;
• Symposium, the dialogue of love;
• The Republic, one of the greatest works in history.