One Hundred Years: A Philosophical Critique Chapel Talk of January 10, 2010 By Richard K In the second chapter of Corinthians, Saint Paul describes his meeting with the Corinthians as follows: And I was with you in weakness and in fear and with much trembling. That is the way I am feeling, exactly, at […]
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The Brothers of the Rose Cross A Chapel Talk of the Rosicrucian Fellowship August 9, 2009 By Jean de Galzain This morning I want to talk about the Elder Brothers of the Rose Cross and their work. We are very privileged to be on this mountain, celebrating 100 years of service with […]
The Power of Love A Rosicrucian Fellowship Centennial Talk By Myriam Pelnado Love is the greatest gift that can exist inside a person. It is so powerful that it extends to individuals, families, groups and nations. Its real greatness manifests in everyday situations. One who expresses Love, shares his joy, interests, knowledge, humor, […]
The Rare Virtue Of Humility A Chapel Talk By Allyce Cay-Bothmann Why do I call humility a rare virtue? As one of the ten virtues of Aristotle, it is acquired and eventually balanced after many lives and saintly practices. You could say that a poor homeless man, a beggar, and a […]
Effort In Relation To Evolution A Chapel Talk by Allyce Cay-Bothmann A philosopher may wonder about the effects of time on progress. We know that the cosmos hastens slowly in its demand for perfection. What determines the magnitude of one glory over another? The fount of creation, just as the generation of human […]
Some Views Concerning Integrity A Chapel Talk By Allyce Cay-Bothmann An easy definition of integrity is “having it all together.” If a box has integrity, it is complete for the purpose intended. It is sound, workable and can be relied upon to serve in its designated place. During the Civil War, […]
Thoughts Concerning Free Agency A Chapel Talk By Allyce Cay-Bothmann How free is free agency? A child has free agency to the degree of its development. A man or woman has a degree of freedom of choice according to his or her education, background, personality and abilities. Of course, there are many laws: […]