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Miracles are seen in light. The body’s eyes do not perceive the light. But I am not a body,What am I?

―A Course in Miracles

It is impossible not to believe what you see, but it is equally impossible to see what you do not believe.

―A Course in Miracles

When you have been caught in the world of perception you are caught in a dream.

―A Course in Miracles

The world of time is the world of illusion.

―A Course in Miracles

Laws are set up to protect the continuity of the system in which the lawmaker believes.

―A Course in Miracles

Who is the you who are living in this world?

―A Course in Miracles

You may believe you are afraid of nothingness, but what you are really afraid of is nothing.

―A Course in Miracles

The beliefs you made will not be taken from you, but they can be given up by you.

―A Course in Miracles

How can a fact be fearful unless it disagrees with what you hold more dear than truth.

―A Course in Miracles

Rest-in-peace is a blessing for the living, not the dead, because rest comes from waking, not from sleeping.

―A Course in Miracles

The world is not left by death, but by truth.

―A Course in Miracles

You think that death is of the body. Yet it is but an idea, irrelevant to what is seen a physical.

―A Course in Miracles

Life is of the Mind and in the Mind. The body neither lives nor dies.

―A Course in Miracles

Past, present and future are not continuous, unless you force continuity on them.

―A Course in Miracles

This world was made that problems could not be escaped.

―A Course in Miracles

A madman thinks the world he sees is real, and does not doubt it. Nor can he be swayed by questioning his thoughts effect. It is but when their source is raised to question that hope of freedom comes to him at last.

―A Course in Miracles

The knowledge that illuminates not only sets you free, but also shows you that you are free.

―A Course in Miracles

You are not free to give up freedom, but only to deny it.

―A Course in Miracles

He who would not forgive must judge, for he must justify his failure to forgive. But he who would forgive himself must learn to welcome truth exactly as it is.

―A Course in Miracles

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