Albert Schweitzer: An Anthology by Albert Schweitzer (author), Charles R. Joy (editor)

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That shows how far from thinking it is, for thinking is a harmony within us. [Religion, p. 1484] ALBERT SCHWEITZER: AN ANTHOLOGY Elemental Thinking Elemental thinking is that which starts from the fundamental questions about the relations of man to the universe, about the meaning of life, and about the nature of good- most immediate connection with the ness. It stands in the thinking which impulse that thinking, stirs in everyone. It enters into it. [Life, p. 260] widening and deepening Fearless Thought thought is to set out on its journey unhampered, it must be prepared for anything, even for arrival at intellectual agnosticism.

It is, reality, therefore, and to see it as it [Life, p. 281] Faith in Truth The beginning of all spiritual life of any real value is cou- rageous faith in truth and open confession of the same. The most profound religious experience, too, is not alien to thought, but must be capable of derivation from this if it THE STRUGGLE FOR TRUTH 31 to be given a true and deep basis. Mere reflection about the meaning of life has already value in itself. If such reflection should come into being amongst us, the ideals, again is born of vanity and of passion, which now flourish in rank profusion like evil weeds among the convictions of the generality of people, would infallibly wither away and die.

No Its when Special hour it is Hour now al- seems most un- [Edge, p. 174] Testing for Truth The highest honor one can show to a system of thought is to test it ruthlessly with a view to discovering how much truth it contains, just as steel is assayed to try its strength. [Indian, p. viii] The Po*wer of Truth Because spirit, and I I have confidence in the power of truth and of the believe in the future of mankind. Ethical world- life-affirmation contains within willing and hoping which can never be never afraid to face the dismal really is.

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