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img_2041The man who wrote this was a difficult man. Arrogant and rude, he was often known to offend. A keen observer of human nature he questioned everything and gave rise to the notion that diseases are triggered by a deep unresolved loneliness in the human soul.

He also said that ‘ He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless.  But he who understands also  Loves, Notices ans Sees .

I wish  I lived the same time as Paracelsus and he was my teacher and  friend. We  would have had good conversations together  about the meaning of Life.

It is my interpretation that we must constantly search for the motivations behind  all human behavior. Judging by outer appearances  is a worthless en devour. Understanding and acceptance all human behavior, opens our eyes to the healing power of  God’s Love. Interesting thought for a Monday Morning.

Have a great one guys,

Hugs and love,

Your 

MT 

Comments on: "‘He who knows nothing, loves nothing ‘ (Paracelsus 1493- 1541)" (1)

  1. Reblogged this on miraculoussearch and commented:

    Wising you a blessed Sunday night and Monday morning guys. With hugs and love. Yours Marie Therese

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