"I'm looking for examples of what I would call a higher compassion that excludes no one.
I've seen examples of it here in the temple, but haven't copied any down."
"This is the 9th generation,
the generation of the last,
the generation that comes just before the 10th,
just before the beginning of a whole/new world..."
"It is natural of course when like things combine: species with species, religion with religion, race with race.
But I believe that things which are different may combine in a way that is also natural. A new kind of natural.
Yes. There can be in life what one might call a ‘natural hybridness.'"
"Some day all religions, all peoples, races and colors will merge together.
For no matter how immutable or permanent a thing appears,
everything is but a stage in the never-ending process of change.
And one day, when the stage of oneness and unity has been established,
it will be followed by a stage of breaking apart, because unity is also a stage.
Who knows from where the seeds of that breaking apart will come.
The stars perhaps?"
A Native American asks me where the "Ch" sound (as in L'Chaim) I make when I sing comes from...
"I've heard it in Middle Eastern, Asian and some forms of Latin music
because when you get down to that level from which folk and ethnic music comes, we're all pretty much the same."
"It's one country.
The same country."