The Soul

1soul  noun \ˈsōl\ Definition of SOUL 1 : the immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause of an individual life 2 a : the spiritual principle embodied in human beings, all rational and spiritual beings, or the universeb capitalized Christian Science : god 1b 3 : a person’s total self 4 a : an active or essential part a : the moral and emotional nature of human beingsb : the quality that …

Metaphysics Beginnings

Metaphysics Beginnings The term Metaphysics was first seen as a title for several of Aristotle’s works. In Aristotle’s work, he defined this concept of philosophy (later to be called metaphysics) as “being as such” and “first causes” and “that which does not change.”             Aristotle actually never used the word, but about …

Metaphysical

Metaphysical      Derived from the Greek meta ta physika (“after the things of nature”); referring to an idea, doctrine, or posited reality outside of human sense perception. In modern philosophical terminology, metaphysics refers to the studies of what cannot be reached through objective studies of material reality. Areas of metaphysical studies include ontology, cosmology, and often, epistemology.      …

SEVEN HEAVENLY VIRTUES

SEVEN HEAVENLY VIRTUES Humility: Being Modest in Self. his virtue in its purest form is not self-hatred (a common mistake made by those with good intentions but self-esteem problems), but rather a sense of inner knowledge that one does not need to prove their greatness to the outside world to actually be great. Opposite of Pride. …

"I Shall Be Released"

SEVEN DEADLY SINS Envy: the desire for others’ traits, status, abilities, or situation. Sloth: the avoidance of physical or spiritual work. Gluttony: an inordinate desire to consume more than that which one requires. Wrath: manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury. Pride: excessive belief in one’s own abilities, that interferes with the individual’s  recognition …