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Two philosophers who visited Anthony

“Why are you dragging me back, O rising sun, from the brilliance of the one true light!” Continue reading

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Two Monks Travelling

However blameworthy their original decision may have been, one of them, guided by discretion, can be seen to have put right what he started foolishly. Continue reading

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An Old Man called Heron

He would have run much less risk of falling if he had only practised the wisdom of discretion. Continue reading

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Which Virtue?

Which virtue or monastic observance could keep a monk unharmed from the attacks of the devil, and surely carry him by assured means on the right path to God? Continue reading

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