The November 2021 edition starts with the article “Unveiling the Path to Bliss: a Knowledge of Plenitude”. It consists of a selection of thoughts on happiness, made by Hector Durville. See an example:
“There is no safer route to happiness than that of virtue.” (J.-J. Rousseau)
And Victor Hugo thinks the same, for he wrote: “Ask virtue for the secret of happiness.”
In other pages you will find:
* Nicolas Berdyaev: Philosophy is the Art of Knowing (p.02).
* The Spiritual Path and the Turtle (p.03).
* Jesus Talks About Things to Come: Past, Present and Future Are Only External Aspects of the One Eternal Time (p.04).
* The Soul of the Pilgrim Works Like a Hydroelectric Power Plant (p.05).
* Thoughts Along the Road: Gaining Time, and Saving a Remarkable Amount of Life Force (p.06).
* Concerning the Moral Sense – 02 – Or the Faculty of Perceiving Moral Excellence, And Its Supreme Objects (p.08).
* Divine Wisdom is Older Than the Earth (p.11).
* William B. Pease: The Theosophist Who Believed in Helena Blavatsky (p.13).
* Storks, the Phoenix, and Rebirth: The Theosophical Teachings in an Ancient Legend (p.18).
* Poem: The Harvest – by C. Jinarajadasa (p.16).
With 17 pages, the edition contains the List of New Items in the associated websites.
The above edition of The Aquarian was published on 12 November 2021. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
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Helena Blavatsky (photo) wrote these words: “Deserve, then desire”.