|Autobiography, 279:esoteric work are patience, persistent effort, vision and sound discriminative judgment. GivenAutobiography, 281:thus obliterating Reality or veiling the Vision. The seven principles or essential propositions areAutobiography, 283: self-controlled men and women - with vision and with a self-imposed, spiritual discipline -Autobiography, 290:with all groups which have a sane spiritual vision and objective without losing, at the same time,Autobiography, 290:That underlies the happenings of the time. Let vision come and insight. Let the future standAutobiography, 296:both in ourselves and in the world. The vision ever lies on ahead; if it did not there would beAutobiography, 296:to realize that some part at least of our vision can become an attained fact. It is for this thatAutobiography, 300:living usefulness and keeping it true to the vision. Indeed her success in creating groupBethlehemformation, as all those with forward-seeing vision and a realization of the rapidly emerging beautyBethlehem, 9:- we can appropriate the teaching with a clearer vision and a wiser use of the indicated lesson.Bethlehem, 11:spiritual heritage, but will add the clear vision of the future to the wonder of the past. It willBethlehem, 20:minds, and in this lighted radiance they will vision the new truths and arrive at a freshBethlehem, 22:call "straight knowledge." Upon that path  vision and hope give place to realization.Bethlehem, 25:and not a beautiful and rather easily attained vision, as so many occult and esoteric books seem toBethlehem, 38:human heart, and to unveil to our eyes the new vision. Then we can pass through the gateway of theBethlehem, 49:worked out in the racial life. Those who see the vision clearly can trace the evidences of thisBethlehem, 53:the next step will be the recording of the Vision. The Plan and the part to be played by theBethlehem, 53:to him, and he knows what he has to do. This Vision is spoken of as "the vision of God," but it isBethlehem, 53:he has to do. This Vision is spoken of as "the vision of God," but it is expressed to man in termsBethlehem, 53:be initiate into the mystery of that will. The vision of God is the vision of God's Plan. No manBethlehem, 53:mystery of that will. The vision of God is the vision of God's Plan. No man has seen God at anyBethlehem, 53:Himself the will of God and gave to humanity a vision of God's Plan for the world, this Plan Bethlehem, 54:too, there is the crisis, the initiation and the vision. "Where there is no vision, the peopleBethlehem, 54:initiation and the vision. "Where there is no vision, the people perish." (Prov., XXIX, 18.) ButBethlehem, 54:the people perish." (Prov., XXIX, 18.) But that vision is never of the whole Plan. It is not of theBethlehem, 54:and of the next unfolding glory. Following the vision, as that followed initiation, comes a renewedBethlehem, 54:must succeed the periods of exaltation and of vision. Unless there is a practical experience ofBethlehem, 57:responsiveness to the experiment! Faith that the vision given will be transmuted or developed intoBethlehem, 57:have given to humanity a progressively revealing vision of the "heights of possibility,"Bethlehem, 72:When Christ came, we read that those of vision who were prepared said, "We have seen his star inBethlehem, 76:to function as God's messenger as soon as the Vision was recognized, and in the place where He was.Bethlehem, 80:and to draw to Himself those who have the vision to see truth as it is and to hear the GospelBethlehem, 81:Having once seen and with open eyes beheld the vision of divinity, what can we do? In this questionBethlehem, 81:is no mystical dream; neither is it a lovely vision of something that is possible but not probable;Bethlehem, 89:out upon our planetary life, in all kingdoms the vision is discouraging. In all kingdoms we findBethlehem, 89:many kinds. In the human family particularly the vision is saddening, so little have we learnt toBethlehem, 103:Then the light is shed on the distant vision, and we catch a fleeting glimpse of our goal. Next theBethlehem, 103:the light is shed upon ourselves, and we get a vision of what we are, and what we can be, and enterBethlehem, 104:God in man. It is the cause of the mystical vision about which so much has been written and taught,Bethlehem, 104:and yet emanating from God, Christ saw the vision, and that vision demonstrated to Him His Sonship,Bethlehem, 104:from God, Christ saw the vision, and that vision demonstrated to Him His Sonship, His MessiahshipBethlehem, 104:Messiahship and the path of His suffering. This vision is the heritage and the revelation of eachBethlehem, 105:becomes all-enfolding; he not only sees the vision and hears the word of recognition, but knowsBethlehem, 105:the word of recognition, but knows that the vision is of himself, and that the word is himself madeBethlehem, 117:physical-emotional beings, with therefore little vision, require the protection of theology,Bethlehem, 117:be dreamed; something to enter into and not to vision. Bethlehem, 118:and insight, distorted as yet though the vision may be, and the light scarcely seen. But the WordBethlehem, 129:He saw the picture whole. He saw the vision of a world wherein there could be no duality but onlyBethlehem, 129:into being He could not be swerved. Where this vision exists, lesser values and smaller issuesBethlehem, 143:person, but as the Oversoul, gaining a profound vision of the divine ways of life, and feeling withBethlehem, 146:Christ can be revealed, we shall gain a new vision of physical living and a renewed incentive forBethlehem, 149:the wonder of the transfiguration and the vision of God, is an outstanding phenomenon of theBethlehem, 149:convincing power of its own. The Apostles saw a vision and they participated in an experienceBethlehem, 150:beauty known to high and holy hearts, the full vision of which is the highest happiness." -Bethlehem, 156:the six days' labor, to climb the mountain of vision. A certain familiarity with God's nature mustBethlehem, 163:who can follow along with Christ, to the vision which was accorded Him as He came down from thatBethlehem, 163:divine impulses and subordinated to the same vision. This stage connotes that complete spiritualBethlehem, 165:the disciples "were exceedingly sorry." This vision of Christ's, if we trace it in the records,Bethlehem, 165:records, fell into two parts. First, He had a vision of achievement. The mountain-top achievement,Bethlehem, 165:experience, lay behind Him. Now He has a vision of a physical consummation in the form of theBethlehem, 170:to serve. We are just beginning to get a faint vision of what Christ meant by service. He "carriedBethlehem, 208:But His suffering was based upon His unique vision. The lack of comprehension of the people, andBethlehem, 209:Jerusalem (the name of which signifies the "vision of peace"), thus calling attention to theBethlehem, 210:of their love, and their failure to see the vision, broke the heart of the Savior of the world - aBethlehem, 212:human heart which is the basis of the mystical vision, while the knowledge that one is a son of GodBethlehem, 226:J., p. 179.) For us the kingdom constitutes the vision, but for Christ it was a reality. TheBethlehem, 227:serve their fellow men. Dr. Schweitzer, whose vision of the kingdom of God is so rare and real,Bethlehem, 231:is it possible for us to be confident that the vision of the disciples was not supernormal or that,Bethlehem, 231:divinity, Christ had so stimulated their inner vision that they saw clairvoyantly, or in anotherBethlehem, 252:consciousness. We do not realize that when the vision of the kingdom is ours, when the whole ofBethlehem, 254:Christ's work, and bringing to realization His vision.  Bethlehem, 255:the calm of absolute contemplation, the vision of God. On the other hand, the variety and stress ofBethlehem, 264:terms, by those who are permeated with the new vision. We need what Dr. Schweitzer calls "...theBethlehem, 265:the wise man can simultaneously recognize. It is vision that is needed, for "where there is noBethlehem, 265:is vision that is needed, for "where there is no vision the people perish." (Prov., XXIX, 18.) WeBethlehem, 265:the "holy land." How then can those who have vision (and they are many) train themselves to aid inBethlehem, 266:of tolerance, of wise judgment and farsighted vision) can draw all men together into that outwardBethlehem, 267:men need to be served by those who have vision and the love of God in their hearts. It is obviousBethlehem, 273:confronts the Christian Church. The need is for vision, wisdom and that wide tolerance which willBethlehem, 282:which is called the Great Renunciation. Let us vision clearly just where we stand upon the Path ofDestiny, 12:the outer turmoil may serve to clarify your vision and restore confidence in God's plan and itsDestiny, 12:centers, and thus acquire perhaps a new vision and a more constructive point of view. Destiny, 13:my prevision (as presented to your limited  vision) and the obvious possibilities. These areDestiny, 13:by those members of the human family who had vision and a willingness to pay the price. Destiny, 17:and so superficial in their judgments and their vision, they would be able to penetrate behind whatDestiny, 20:Only a few, here and there, really grasp the vision of the future and realize what is going on,Destiny, 22:that the ideology which is embodied in the vision of the totalitarian states is an erroneous butDestiny, 30:who must together, with understanding and clear vision, bring order out of the present chaos. TheyDestiny, 39:of Their living love and power - brought the vision and the aspiration of humanity back to thoseDestiny, 58:Germany must be helped to get again the vision of this ideal. If England's ideal of justice (whichDestiny, 60:those who have eyes to see and a developed inner vision. Russia is peculiarly interesting at thisDestiny, 75:Savior); this was aided by the brilliant clear vision of the fifth and third rays with theirDestiny, 76:of relinquishing her dreams for France in the vision of the whole and so tread again more fully theDestiny, 89:blindness and to the detriment of the long range vision which is needed at such times as these.Destiny, 95:on material issues and dominated by a material vision. There was nothing spiritual in the vision ofDestiny, 95:vision. There was nothing spiritual in the vision of the leaders of the powers which were calledDestiny, 95:which were called the Axis powers, and the vision of the masses of people has not proved adequateDestiny, 95:to arrest, as yet, the materializing of this vision. But the spiritual intent of mankind is slowlyDestiny, 95:of sacrifice, of inclusive surrender, a clearer vision of the Whole and a cooperative spiritDestiny, 102:From the angle of fusion, of unity of vision and of goals. From the angle of humanity as a whole.