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"'You cannot conceive the many without the one. . . The study of the unit is among those that lead the mind on and turn it to the vision of reality.'"
~ Plato (Chapter 1, page 1)

"'God makes himself known to the world; He fills up the whole circle of the universe, but makes his particular abode in the center, which is the soul of the just.'"
~ Lucian, Christian theologian (Chapter 1, page 8)


"'The One engenders the Two, the Two engenders the Three and the Three engenders all things.'"
~ Tao Te Ch'ing (Chapter 3, page 38)

"'One cannot help but be in awe when one contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality.'"
~ Albert Einstein (Chapter 4, page 60)


"The ancient philosophers saw their inner lives arranged according to nature's own harmonies, for in nature, geometry, and their spiritual lives they discovered the same principles."
(Chapter 4, page 89)


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