When we say, “our world” the two words say little about the magnificent indefinable and unknowable. If we can find God, the “IT”, in any small mystery and add one more small mystery to “IT” every day, in the end we find it is all mystery. The infinite unknown God is everywhere ongoing and forever.

 

These masters have left their methods and practices in layers throughout our societies, and their ideas are still explored today by millions of individuals. Religion and philosophy gives guidance for our lives and make us whole, so that potentially the “I “becomes “we.”

 

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Moses 1200 BC

He was a Hebrew prophet, liberator, leader, lawgiver, and historian, declaring that God is One.

 

  Mother Teresa 1910 AD

Mother Teresa of Calcutta was entrusted with the mission of proclaiming God’s thirsting love for humanity, especially for the poorest of the poor.

 

  Atisha 980 AD

Reported to have been the first Dali lama of Tibet. He said he would be back in another form, the practice of looking for the next Dali lama began with him.

 

 
Jesus
Plato 347 BC

Plato, one of the first Greek philosphers understood that God comprises everything and at the same time exceeds everything .

  Christ 100 AD

The followers of Jesus Christ became known as Christians. “God became man that man might become God.”

  Buddha 600 BC

Siddhārtha Gautama was an ancient India spiritual teacher who founded Buddhism. "Buddha" meaning "awakened one" or "the enlightened one."

 
Mohammed 570 AD

Founder of the Islam religion, Mohammad is regarded by Muslims as their spritual leader and prophet .

 

  Confucius 551 BC

He was a chinese philosopher who believed that the essential duties of humans living in a society were the subject of deepest concern.

 

  Copernicus 1473 AD

Copernicus was a Polish astronomer and mathematician who radically changed the perception of our Earth in orbit.

 
   

Lao Tzu 600 BC

Chinese Taoist Philosopher said “I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion.”