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wonder

noun: something that causes feelings of wonder ("The wonders of modern science")
noun: a state in which you want to learn more about something
verb: be amazed at

"Wonder is the beginning of wisdom." [Socrates]

Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"No matter if a person is born handicapped - they still have their unique place of importance in the family, the environment. Sometimes, they occupy a greater position of importance than if they had been born whole and perfect. Their achievements arouse wonder and respect.
"The impact they make on the environment depends entirely on their will to be, their will to act, their will to radiate good will, their will to make the most of their opportunities, their will to be special for people by making other people feel better than they did before the contact took place.
"Every condition arises out of the WILL which is exercised at all times.
"Some have been born with great willpower, others with less, but the moment that a person fully realises that all WILLPOWER has been drawn from UNIVERSAL CONSCIOUSNESS and WILLPOWER can be increased by calling on one's SOURCE of BEING for increased willpower, so does the person begin to realise that willpower is not limited after all. It can be drawn, according to the magnitude and strength of one's faith, from UNIVERSAL CONSCIOUSNESS Itself." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 4, page 7]

"Again my praises soared and I was lifted on an inner golden light of rapturous wonder - for I now 'saw' that, in addition to freedom from stress, living creatures were also meant to express the exuberant loving NATURE of the Creative Power." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 1, page 14]

See Also

Awe
Marvel
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