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By Sabrina Bourque
A review of the essay by Dr. Antonio de Nicolas, revolving around the Sankara, or the unity and divisibility of self. This follows some Eastern spirituality, and Dr. de Nicolas, as an expert in the field, attempts to explain his perspective on the idea.
Universal religion must be able to show how to realize the philosophy that teaches us that this world is one, that there is but one existence in the universe. For a mystic, such a religion shall provide science of mental analysis; for emotional people, share their laugh and devotion in the name...
On attaining (self) realization, man will love the greatest enemy who knows that the very enemy is god himself, such a man (ex., Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela and others) becomes a world mover for whom his little self is dead and God stands in its place. ...