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Quotes from The Urantia Book

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“Man might fear a great God, but he trusts and loves only a good God.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“are not truly real in the consciousness of human experience until they are unraveled and correlated, until their relevant facts actually become meaning through encircuitment in the thought streams of mind.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“Man does not have to go farther than his own inner experience of the soul’s contemplation of this spiritual-reality presence to find God and attempt communion with him.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“Self-maintenance originates society, while excessive self-gratification destroys civilization.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“In the forests man has always deteriorated; human evolution has made progress only in the open and in the higher latitudes. The cold and hunger of the open lands stimulate action, invention, and resourcefulness.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“In the forests man has always deteriorated; human evolution has made progress only in the open and in the higher latitudes. The cold and hunger of the open lands stimulate action, invention, and resourcefulness. While these Andonic tribes were developing the pioneers of the present human race amidst the hardships and privations of these rugged northern climes, their backward cousins were luxuriating in the southern tropical forests of the land of their early common origin.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“Morontia es un término que designa un vasto nivel entre lo material y lo espiritual. Puede designar realidades personales o impersonales, energías vivientes o no vivientes. El telar de morontia es espiritual, su tejido es físico.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“9. HUMAN RIGHTS [70:9.1] Nature confers no rights on man, only life and a world in which to live it. Nature does not even confer the right to live, as might be deduced by considering what would likely happen if an unarmed man met a hungry tiger face to face in the primitive forest. Society's prime gift to man is security. [70:9.2] Gradually society asserted its rights and, at the present time, they are Assurance of food supply. Military defense—security through preparedness. Internal peace preservation—prevention of personal violence and social disorder. Sex control—marriage, the family institution. Property—the right to own. Fostering of individual and group competition. Provision for educating and training youth. Promotion of trade and commerce—industrial development. Improvement of labor conditions and rewards. The guarantee of the freedom of religious practices to the end that all of these other social activities may be exalted by becoming spiritually motivated.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“ever there is doubt as to the advisability of advancing a human identity to the mansion worlds, the universe governments invariably rule in the personal interests of that individual; they unhesitatingly advance such a soul to the status of a transitional being, while they continue their observations of the emerging morontia intent and spiritual purpose. Thus divine justice is certain of achievement, and divine mercy is accorded further opportunity for extending its ministry.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


“Therefore, to you the creature, many of the acts of the all-powerful Creator seem to be arbitrary, detached, and not infrequently heartless and cruel. But again I assure you that this is not true. God’s doings are all purposeful, intelligent, wise, kind, and eternally considerate of the best good, not always of an individual being, an individual race, an individual planet, or even an individual universe; but they are for the welfare and best good of all concerned, from the lowest to the highest.”
― Urantia Foundation, quote from The Urantia Book


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Urantia Foundation
Born place: in Chicago, The United States
Born date January 1, 1950
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