Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.(Rumi)
We write beautiful maxims; but are we well imbued with them, and are we putting them into practice? (Epictetus)



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Quotes of the Day
Dadu

Where Rama is, there I am not; where I am, there Rama is not.
This mansion is of delicate construction; there is no place for two.
While self remains, so long will there be a second;
When this selfhood is blotted out, then there is no other.
When I am not, there is but One; when I obtrude, then two.
When the veil of "I" is taken away, then does the One become as It was.

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One Little Angel is proud to present
Scriptures 360
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Religious cohesion, bringing religion back to education and mutual learning amongst religious groups can foster social harmony and promote world peace. Venerable Master Chin Kung encouraged practitioners of different faiths to select 360 passages of the most essential teachings in their respective sacred texts, and compiled them into Scriptures 360, for the convenience of the general public.

This set of books is compiled by:
- Members of the Toowoomba Interfaith Working Group (Queensland, Australia),
- Syed Hassan Al-Atas (Imam and Head of Ba’alwie Mosque Singapore),
- Reverend Master Lee Zhiwang (President of Taoist Mission Singapore),
- Mr K. Rajamanikam (Singapore)



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Biography of the Day
Saint Macarius of Egypt

Bishop of Jerusalem (312-34). The date of Macarius's accession to the episcopate is found in St. Jerome's version of Eusebius's "Chronicle" (ann. Abr. 2330). His death must have been before the council at Tyre, in 335, at which his successor, Maximus, was apparently one of the bishops present. Macarius was one of the bishops to whom St. Alexander of Alexandria wrote warning them against Arius (Epiph., "Hær.", LXIX, iv). The vigour of his opposition to the new heresy is shown by the abusive manner in which Arius speaks of him in his letter to Eusebius of Nicomedia (Theodoret, "H. E.", I, 4). He was present at the Council of Nicæa, and two conjectures as to the part he played there are worth mentioning. The first is that there was a passage of arms between him and his metropolitan, Eusebius ...

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Plato
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