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The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary

By: Rav Michael Laitman

... Roman rule, a fellow Jew heard him and alerted the Roman authorities. In consequence, Rashbi was tried in absentia and was sentenced to death. The ... ...orm actions described in The Zohar. The destruction of the Temple was the consequence of Israel’s 81 WHO CREATED THESE transgression of egoistic re... ... 3 5 3 87 WHO CREATED THESE Man’s spiritual ascent can be the consequence of two factors: 1. An awakening of a desire from Above, called ... ...ina) back to its place in the Peh, where it was prior to Tzimtzum Bet. In consequence, the three Sefirot B-ZA-M rejoin the two Sefirot K-H and becom... ...ding, its “corporeal” meaning indicates the spiritual root and its branch—consequence in our world; d) A combination of words indicates an entire spi... ...ner both rational and mature. Readers are gradually led to understand the logical design of the Universe and the life that exists in it. The Science... ...ring texts. This book reaches out to all those seekers who want to find a logical, reliable way to understand the world’s phenomena. This fascinatin...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...more than just diving into sensual experiences when she could no longer stay logical without slipping into a philosophical void: it had been a sociolo... ...een in a closet crying was worse than insane for one who was so proud of her logical skills, and so believing that she could stare down the eyes of wi... ...ikely to beat up on their wives or open fire in a McDonald's Restaurant as a consequence. She even argued to herself that by her service she was a bi... ...nd yet her feelings were muted by logic. and Gabriele was, after all, a very logical person. She told herself that being here with illiterate, drug de... ...would not be her first choice; and yet she had it because it was the natural consequence of a military family. From her mother and then Peggy and her... ...ldish mind could concoct. It was mostly a feeling since he was not all that logical. He remembered that mesmerized and fixated look of yearning for ... ...n whatsoever. As an artist she believed that her mission was to thread a new logical relationship of old ideas or facts if not formulate new ideas the... ...some sense about such things and will probably live to be 120 years old as a consequence, God forbid! " She pulled out two cans of beer from a cooler... ...recipient which shows it to be the way the thing really is regardless of the consequences. A cat can pretend to be stealth and invisible, but does th...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ning nor end to the development of matter. The formation of the universe is a consequence of the development of the spiritual world. The creation of... ...nnot see exactly what our actions are causing. Therefore, we cannot grasp the consequences to everything around us. We are called “the thinking bein... ...ded to complete what we cannot see for ourselves. If we could clearly see the consequences of our actions, we could commit evil, but it would be cle... ...ters it, one discovers that it is comprised of 613 spiritual particles. Their consequences in this world are called the “613 Mitzvot,” the laws of t... ...ens in the Upper World, descends – in due time – to our world, and begets its consequences here. The Upper Forces T H E K A B B A L A H E X P E R I... ...lah?” Such people do not make even a single step forward in spirituality. A: Logically speaking, you’re right. But the problem is that a person can... ...ovides for that person. Physicians and psychologists use the power of psycho- logical protection, but it would be a lie to say that that force has an... ...ook reaches out to all those who are searching for answers, who are seeking a logical and reliable way to understand the world’s phenomena. This mag... ...oth rational and mature. Readers are gradually led to an understanding of the logical design of the universe and the life whose home it is. The Scie...

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Confessions of an English Opium-Eater

By: Thomas de Quincey

...I took it with this view I was effectually protected from all material bad consequences by the necessity of interposing long intervals between the sev... ...colouring, and for once they find it necessary to impress a sense of their consequence upon others, they meet with a thousand occasions for moderating... ... my own self materialiter consid- ered (so I expressed it, for I doated on logical accuracy of distinctions), accused, or at least suspected, of count... ...ed; but the truth is, having no reason to think that our meeting could, in consequence of a short interruption, be more difficult or uncertain than it... ...toms of vi- nous intoxication, it yet struck me that he might proceed on a logical error of using the word intoxication with too great latitude, and e... ...wed by a proportionate depression, and that the natural and even immediate consequence of opium is torpor and stagnation, animal and mental. The first... ...ur- day night, more than as it was a summons to hear Grassini? T rue, most logical reader; what you say is unanswerable. And yet so it was and is, tha... ... In this I am aware that I have not at all fulfilled my own intentions, in consequence of the tor- por of mind, pain of body, and extreme disgust to t...

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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...er of succession; and Miltonically I include myself; having surely as much logical right to count myself in the series of my own brothers as Milton co... ...pretend that a court of ap- peal would have reversed his sentence? But the consequences were distressing. A new set of characters in every act brought... ... in which I came before them: to be a lawful pris- oner, it struck her too logical mind that I must have been caught in some aggressive practices. “Th... ... with me, showing clearly, in a series of general or- ders, what frightful consequences must ensue, if major gen- erals (as a general principle) shoul... ... filled, the whole nation is running helter skelter into heresy—and all in consequence of your majesty’s sacred laziness.” Our governments were less r... ...e. I was privileged, and had the entree even of the female apartments; one consequence of which was, that I put this and that together. A number of sy... ...into sentences, as deadly and significant as T ekel, upharsin. And another consequence was, that, being, on ac- count of my age, nobody at all, or ver... ...man should not specially have qualified himself for the service of a theo- logical tournament; and my mother’s range of acquaintance was not very exte... ...uch unearned forgiveness upon the army at large? But secondly, in a merely logical sense of practical self-consistency, would it have been rational or...

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The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

By: Thomas de Quincey

... objects not ap- pearing and objects not existing are governed by the same logical construction.* Such being, at that time, the usage of mail-coaches,... ...rs. The summer assizes, he reminded me, were now going on at Lancaster: in consequence of which for three nights and three days he had not lain down o... ... least it occupied the severe exertions of two judges in its despatch. The consequence of this was that every horse available for such a service, alon... ...ed to the windings of the shore by towing-ropes of History. Facts, and the consequences of facts, draw the writer back to the falconer’s lure from the... ..., in what strength the fairies mustered at Domrémy, and, by a satisfactory consequence, how thinly sown with men and women must have been that region ... ...emar of Marie de France, the knight passes on to a series of adventures in consequence of his meeting with the white fawn. I owe this note to the kind...

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Vailima Letters

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...bright as day. The moon right over Vaea—near due west, the birds strangely silent, and the wood of the house tin- gling with cold; I believe it must h... ... I bear up, and rejoice when I find anything safe. 19TH. However, I worked five hours on the brute, and finished my Letter all the same, and couldn’t ... ... it came on to rain tropic style, and I came back from my outing drenched liked a drowned man—I was literally blinded as I came back among these sheet... ...r Faauma, the unchaste, the extruded Eve of our Paradise, knew only two hymns; but Helen seems to know the whole repertory, and the morning prayers go... ...I told him the heads of what I meant to say; and he not only consented, but said, if we got on well with the King, he would even proceed with me to Ma... ... sending you a wire by her hands as far as Sydney, that is to say either you or Cassell, about Falesa: I will not allow it to be called Uma in book fo...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne

By: William Carew Hazilitt

.... The consideration of his health was constantly before him, and it was in consequence of this that, while at Venice, which disappointed him, he took ... ...ckness he conversed as fully with me as with any one, and also because, in consequence of the singular and brotherly friendship which we had enter- ta... ...ults, and torment them for wanton tricks, that have neither impression nor consequence; whereas, in my opinion, lying only, and, which is of something... ...excuse his 91 Montaigne master to his Majesty about a thing of very great consequence, which was this: the King, still to maintain some intelligence ... ...rary is quickened by another), or say, when we come to vir- tue, that like consequences and difficulties overwhelm and render it austere and inaccessi... ...b- sidiary and suffragan, and that, peradventure, grammatical, rhetorical, logical examples may elsewhere be more suitably chosen, as also the materia...

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Anna Karenina

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...hildren. Beg her forgiveness, sir. There’s no help for it! One must take the consequences. . . ” “But she won’t see me.” “You do your part. God is mer... ... point—his complete indifference to the business in which he was engaged, in consequence of which he was never carried away, and never made mistakes. ... ...s of champagne, and he took a glass of champagne with every one, and when in consequence he met any of his disreputable chums, as he used in joke to c... ...etsky girl might have made a better match, yet these words had all the while consequence for them, and they were feeling just as Kitty did. The whole ... ...would be proved he could not tell, but he knew that this would inevitably be logically proved to him, and he awaited the proofs. The argument turned o... ...of those people, always a source of wonder to Levin, whose convictions, very logical though never original, go one way by themselves, while their life... ...telligent people that after enormous efforts, and an enormous expenditure of logical subtleties and words, the disputants finally arrived at being awar... ...his hand, motionless, thinking. “Of course,” he said to himself, as though a logical, continuous, and clear chain of reasoning had brought him to an i... ...ithdraw their admission, and Sergey Ivanovitch began to prove that they must logically admit either that they had verified the accounts or that they ha...

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The Open Book

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...nds out that they can no longer deny reality. Humanity continuously seeks logical justification to our existence. Man has tried to inquire and inter... ...ause Kabbalah is a science that depicts the basic law of creation and its consequences in our world. Because the wisdom of Kabbalah deals with the sy... ... time does not exist. The minute one crosses the barrier between cause and consequence and begins the spiritual ascent the present and the future mer... ...t of the spiritual world. Moreover, any spiritual force is linked with its consequence in our world. That is why when we ascent to the spiritual worl... ...he spiritual world and correct something there, we immediately change the consequence that stems from it, here in this world. Throughout the history ... ... the wisdom of Kabbalah, and his relation to his destiny. That change is a consequence of a process of evolution that man goes through, which compels...

...Excerpt: But sooner or later everyone finds out that they can no longer deny reality. Humanity continuously seeks logical justification to our existence. Man has tried to inquire and interpret nature for thousands of years. Contemporary scientists have learned that the more they progress in their scientific research, the more the picture...

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Virginibus Puerisque, And Other Papers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...er or a vegetarian. In matters of art and intellect, I believe it is of no consequence. Certainly it is of none in the companionships of men, who will... ...through a dangerous pass; you have eternally missed your way in life, with consequences that you still deplore, and yet you masterfully seize your wif... ...n to spring up, and everything seems so vague and changing that a dream is logical in comparison. Jealousy, at any rate, is one of the consequences of... ...hat a dream is logical in comparison. Jealousy, at any rate, is one of the consequences of love; you may like it or not, at pleasure; but there it is.... ...t us hope, than of doffing their clothes and painting them- selves blue in consequence of certain admissions in the first chapter of their school hist... ...It is held to be a good taunt, and somehow or other to clinch the question logically, when an old gentleman waggles his head and says: “Ah, so I thoug... ... in themselves so sharp and final, and so terrible and melancholy in their consequences, that the thing stands alone in man’s experience, and has no p...

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The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

... my father, after my mother’s death, which took place when I was a child. In consequence of it we never expected to see you.” “Ah, but I don’t embrace... ...ange bedroomy combs at the temples and that she was the widow of some one of consequence. The little girl had been offered the opportunity of laying a... ... I suppose I ought to tell you,” he added slowly, but as it were not of much consequence, “that I’ve known all about it these three days.” “About Lord... ...t a while unhonoured. If he had determined to persecute her he must take the consequences; foremost among which was his being left to perceive how lit... ...written to him, mentioning also his intention of coming; and the old man, in consequence, left his room earlier than usual and made his appearance at ... ...should tell you.” “On the contrary,” said Mrs. Touchett, who rarely missed a logical point; “if I remembered your telling me would be quite superfluous...

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An Historical Mystery

By: Honoré de Balzac

.... The neighborhood wondered that he kept his place, but supposed it was in consequence of the terror he inspired. It is easy now, after these explanat... ...uits now!” Michu consoled himself by thinking that the discovery was of no consequence, as the young men were now safe, French- men once more, and at ... ... their cousin? must there not inevitably arise a jealousy between them the consequences of which might be horrible? What would then become of the unit... ...d escaped in his own park from Michu’s gun. These two facts, one being the consequence of the other, were no doubt the precursors of the present succe... ...ing, his speech of the previous evening; his argument was more compact and logical; but he felt his fervor repelled by the coldness of the jury; he sp... ...due to them. They belong to history; and the history of that night and its consequences has been terrible. I tell it to you now because I alone know i...

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Letters of Two Brides

By: Honoré de Balzac

... was my mother. A girl at a ball is a mere dancing-ma- chine—a thing of no consequence whatever. The men, with rare exceptions, did not impress me mor... ... by way of showing my grati- tude: “I have no doubt that you left Spain in consequence of political events. If my father is sent there, as seems to be... ...lse. “Shall I tell you, my child, which is the most destructive of all the consequences entailed by the Revolution? You would never guess. In Louis XV... ...le, “for I am every inch your child!” “In short,” he went on, “one must be logical. Y ou can’t have 53 Balzac the end without the means, and it is ou... ...ion cannot suffer in the least degree without in- volving you in frightful consequences. Such sacrifice is thus not only an absolute duty for women of... ...lped me to the regulation expression for a bride as commonly depicted. The consequence was that on the day of signing the contract ev- erybody said I ...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself : Book One

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...both went abroad, being ad- vised by their friends to leave the country in consequence of the transactions which are recounted at the close of the vol... ...ger, for Popish eccle- siastics to wear their proper dress; and he was, in consequence, in no wise astonished that the priest should now appear before... ... rather than inclination called him, and was perfectly bewildered in theo- logical controversy. In the course of his reading (which was neither pursue... ... lord,” says Lord Mohun. Whereupon Harry Esmond, filled with alarm for the consequences to which this disastrous dispute might lead, broke out into th...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Two

By: Thomas Carlyle

...and growing ever welcomer; for it alone goes to the heart of the business: logical cobwebbery shrinks itself together; and thou seest a thing, how it ... ...en our two kinds of civil war; between the modern lingual or Parliamentary-logical kind, and the ancient, or manual kind, in the steel battle-field;—m... ... on the morrow; to-morrow he repairs his golden fires! The think that will logically extinguish him is perhaps still a desideratum in Constitutional c... ...l a man know, in some measure, at what point he becomes 19 Thomas Carlyle logically defunct, can Parliamentary Business be carried on, and Talk cease... ... which he only deserved to be; and alleging, calumniously, that his astro- logical Chaldeans, and the rest, were a mere French tag- rag-and-bobtail di... ...winged flight of thirty thousand, with mixed cackling and crowing, rose in consequence! For, in addition to all, this people, as we said, is much divi... ...ed Travelling Party, be it Baroness de Korff’s, or persons of still higher consequence, will perhaps please to rest itself in M. Sausse’s till the daw... ...is world: “Vio- lent nocturnal individuals, and if it were persons of high consequence? And if it were the King himself? Has the King not the power, w... ...r without result. Of all which, and much else, let us note only this small consequence, that young Barbaroux, Advocate, Town-Clerk of Marseilles, bein...

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Biographical Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

..., viz., the shipwreck of Sir George Somers on the Bermudas, (which were in consequence denominated the Somers’ Islands,) did not occur until the year ... ...d her sexual pride, and to insure her lasting scorn and hatred. These were consequences which the gentle-minded Shakspeare could not face. He pursued ... ... suc- ceeded so splendidly for his worldly prosperity, and with a train of consequences so vast for all future ages. Such, we are persuaded, was the r... ...pe, ever since he 82 Biographical Essays translated Homer, and chiefly in consequence of that transla- tion. This seems at first sight unfair, becaus... ...eased by a fourth in 1732,) though in itself a trifling work, had one vast consequence. It drew after it swarms of libels and lampoons, levelled almos... ... together into a fasciculus by the printer, but having no natural order or logical dependency; generally so vague as to mean nothing. Like the general... ...ust caution the readers of Pope against too much reliance upon the chrono- logical accuracy of his editors. All are scandalously careless; and general... ...s in the extraordinary value of the life considered separately for itself. Logically, it is not allowable to say that here; and, considering the princ... ... of 1763-64 occupy a considerable space in Goethe’s Memoirs, and with some logical propriety at least, in consideration of their being exclusively att...

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A Bundle of Letters

By: Henry James

...paniment. I mentioned to you before that my expectation of rough usage, in consequence of my German nationality, had proved completely unfounded. No o... ... to be treated worse. I have not, as I say, fully explained to myself this logical contradiction; but this is the explanation to which I tend. The Fre...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...art of a National Science Foundation grant proposal for Interdisciplinary Logical Sciences. 1.2. Neutrosophy, a New Branch of Philosophy A) Etymo... ...etting all possible states from <P> to <Non-P> until <Anti-P>. And, as a consequence, for any two propositions <M> and <N>, there exist two referen... ...And, later, others will reinstall it back... Consequently, philosophy is logically necessary and logically impossible. Agostoni Steuco of Gubbio w... ...es to interpret each notion or theory by tracing its respective practical consequences". We mean to know reality through thought, and thought throug... ...y propositions (theorems, lemmas, etc.) (p 1 ), (p 2 ), ..., (p m ), by logical combinations of its axioms. Developing [C], we find all proposit... ...we find all propositions of [P] (p 1 ), (p 2 ), ..., (p m ), resulted by logical combinations of (a 1 ), (a 2 ), ..., (a n ), moreover other propos... ...), moreover other propositions (r 1 ), (r 2 ), ..., (r t ), resulted by logical combinations of (b) with any of (a 1 ), (a 2 ), ..., (a n ). Si... ...eterminacy, not only <good> or only <bad> - with rare exceptions, if its consequence is G% happiness (pleasure). In this case the action is G%-usef... ...by its conformity to given binding rules (deontology), and equally by its consequences. The same sentence is true in a reference system, and fa...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics

By: Florentin Smarandache

... atom (or group of atoms) X which has last one or more electrons (and as a consequence carries a negative charge, called anion, or has gained one or m... ...gative charge, called anion, or has gained one or more electrons (and as a consequence carries a positive charge, called cation). Similarly to isotope... ... continuum that is not only curved, but also non-differentiable, and, as a consequence, fractal. The equation of geodesics in such a space-time can be... ... E-mail: czarlosromanov@yahoo.com; castro@ctsps.cau.edu We investigate the consequences of the Mach’s principle of inertia within the context of the D... ...mal length uncertainty relations [11] was furnished in [45]. The dynamical consequences of the minimal-length in Newtonian dynamics have been recently... ...a poplyvectorX given in eq.-(2). This work thus paved the way for the next logical step, that is, to consider other multivector components of X in a u...

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