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ANGER

ANGER Human anger.—Except by the stoical mind which finds no place for strong emotion in a moral scheme, anger has been recognized as a quality which, under certain conditions and within certain limits, may not only be permissible but commendable. Its ready abuse has, however, led to its being commonly placed among the evils of …

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How to control the thoughts And sanctify the subconscious (2)

How to control the thoughts, And sanctify the subconscious (2) By: House of God’s Love Book name: Book series of Principles of Spiritual Life How to control the thoughts And sanctify the subconscious By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   Introduction This is a practical scheme to growth and progression in spiritual life. To completely …

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John of Lykopolis

John of Lykopolis As Sebastien Lenain de Tillemont observed over three centuries ago, among all the solitary saints in Egypt “there is after St. Antony no one whose renown is greater than that of St.John of Lycopolis” (Tillemont 1732, vol. 10:9). Tillemont also observed that,besides the principal accounts of john of Lykopolis found in the …

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Coptic Music Transcriptions In Western Notation

Coptic Music Transcriptions in Western Notation Although there may be some pieces of evidence of a notation system using dots and a primitive ekphonetic notation for Coptic music, the Copts have preserved their music over the centuries essentially by means of an oral tradition (see Oral Tradition, above). Only in the nineteenth century did scholars …

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