By Cameron C. Taylor

ISBN-10: 1933715898

ISBN-13: 9781933715896

Eight Attributes of serious Achievers is full of inspiring tales from the lives of serious achievers previous and current together with Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, The Wright Brothers, Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Warren Buffet, and others.

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Thus, well before the sentence "I am you" entered European literature, complex sacramental grounds by which interpreters could make sense of it were prepared. The ritual incantations in non-Christian hermetic texts affirmed that the believer was transformed into the divinity by likeness— by knowledge, by the god's name hidden as a charm in the believer's heart, or by the fact that the believer was the image of the god. All these grounds, anticipated in pre-Christian thought, were embedded in Christianity.

286). " Life of Moses, 2. 26. , vol 6, p. 515). THE POSITIVE CONTENT 9 Whether by inspiration, or by mimetic rituals of dedication or personification, the nature of the believer was absorbed, or transformed, into that of the divinity. The epistles of St. Paul demonstrate that these methods of personal union through sacraments entered the theology of the early Church. By the indwelling Spirit, Paul wrote, "I am crucified with Christ. Nevertheless, I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me" (Gal.

19 Dorothy Day, From Union Square to Rome (New York: Arno Press, 1978), p. 6. 20 Plato, Philebus, 14-15 21 Plato, Philebus, 14. 22 Theatetus, 203. 24. 1401a. CHAPTER 1 12 of things was fundamental to assumptions built into the sentence, "I am you," a detailed survey of guiding propositions is in order. Both philosophers argued that causation gave the key to the ironic identity between the One and the Many and that, in this regard, generation was a particularly important mode of causality. Plato's explanation was unusually complex.

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