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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
- Natural laws and moral laws intermingle in the spiritual world. The
- domain the events are subject to the laws of nature; in the other they
- are subject to moral laws. When in ordinary physical life we observe
- know that we are looking only for natural laws and that moral
- expect no answer except that it obeys a natural law. We do not ask
- natural law. When we rise to the human kingdom, we feel obliged to
- in the web of natural laws, while we judge human actions and soul
- dispositions by the standard of moral laws; and we are indeed not
- ascribed to natural laws, as with natural events on the physical
- the physical world. The world of natural law and the world of moral
- law intermingle when one enters the spiritual world.
- to law, when a man has in old age expended his life-forces. We will
- responsibility. A fixed law is evident here. The seer perceives how
- interweaving of natural law with the moral world-order. The manner in
- than on the law of competition or the law of getting on in the world
- yes, even more than on the laws of conscious egoism. Thus even
- into political economy a knowledge of the law of slothfulness finds
- cosmic law. Obstacles are everywhere, and even if they are not in the
- again how moral and natural law intermingle as soon as we come into
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