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The world?s sacred traditions all express some form of the familiar, ?Seek and ye shall find.? A few examples: ?If thou shalt seek the Lord, thou shalt find him? ? (from the Jewish tradition); ?He who approaches near to Me one span, I will approach near to him one cubit? ? (from the Islamic tradition); ?The nature of the one Reality must be known by one?s own clear spiritual perception; it cannot be known through a pundit? (from the Hindu/Vedanta tradition); and, ?When we investigate the religions to discover the principles underlying their foundations we will find they agree, for the fundamental reality of them is one and not multiple? (from the Baha?i writings). In our time, the search for truth, the investigation of reality, has been made

Adapted from the best-selling and Nautilus award-winning book The Story of Our Time: From Duality to Interconnectedness to Oneness,by Robert Atkinson Visit r ober t at k in son .n et

a primary spiritual principle, and the most important of all human rights. Exercising this right can bring us the greatest of benefits. It not only expands and fulfills our individual consciousness, it is also the means for advancing civilization. In our search for truth, in our quest to expand our consciousness, we come to a remarkable realization ? we find that the goal of our search is the boundless consciousness that unites us with all beings, all of Creation, and with Divinity itself. Seek, and we will find more than we ever imagined. And that is what will unite us as one human family. Seeking truth, living in truth, is ultimately about courageously acting for the common good, supporting communities of fairness, and choosing to be a steward of the planet.

The Owl Magazine | Autumn 2018  

A collaborative sharing of contemporary ideas, fresh perceptions, art, beauty, Universal wisdom, and modern inspiration across traditional a...

The Owl Magazine | Autumn 2018  

A collaborative sharing of contemporary ideas, fresh perceptions, art, beauty, Universal wisdom, and modern inspiration across traditional a...