From William James

From William James, Varieties of Religious Experience: The simplest rudiment of mystical experience would seem to be the deepened sense of significance of a maxim or formula which occasionally sweeps over one. “I’ve heard that said all my life,” we exclaim, “But I never realized its full significance until now. (p.416, 2002, New York: Modern Library Edition)” “A resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die”
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