"According to many historians, our ancient forebears saw God everywhere, in all nature and in all the universe."
"I see, objectively, how much of the physical universe works. That perspective gives me a certain peace of mind in knowing that the universe is not an accident and that human life is meaningful and purposeful."
"Indeed, the idea of the soul is perhaps the single, most significant concept of our time: one that needs a current, scientifically relevant and heart-centered spiritual view."
"The holographic notion resurfacing today, pars pro toto (the part contains the whole), was well accepted in ancient prephilosophic times."
"Our souls are immortal and capable of living in one form of paradise or another even after our bodies have long decayed. I suspect that most people believe in an immortal soul in some form."
"The one and only has many faces."
"How I share myself with the world creates my world."
"All these nearly countless separately conscious souls are illusions, reflections of one soul with singular consciousness lasting throughout the span of time that our universe persists."
"The one eternal soul with one eternal consciousness is a fundamental reality."