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Sunday, June 7, 2009

The Journy to Antioch

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Anonymous said...

Pray for me a sinner,
Gleanings from Orthodox athors and Holy Fathers,
A wise man who offers to God honor and worship is known by Him.
So he is in no way troubled if he remains unknown to all men.
The task of good judgment is to incite the part of the soul where anger lies to the waging of inner warfare.
The task of wisdom is to urge the mind to constant attentive watchfulness.
The task of righteousness is to direct the part, in which lies lust, towards virtue and towards God.
Finally, the task of courage is to govern the five senses and not let our inner man,
that is the spirit, or our outer man, that is the body,
be defiled through them. "Reflections on the Eight Thoughts", Abba Evagrius, "Early Fathers From the Philokalia," translated from the Russian text, "Dobrotolubiye," by E. Kadloubovsky and G.E.H. Palmer, eighth edition, (London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1981), pp. 113 - 114...
Pray for me a sinner,

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