Symphony No. 1. Mov. 3. by P.I. Tchaikovsky


Yellow sect lama religios protector in background by Svetoslav Roerich. 19231. "Nothing is finite, nothing is immovable; therefore let us be consciously concerned with that which may be foreseen." [New Era Community, 135]


2. "The true traveler reflects lucidly on the path which lies behind and clearly expresses the desired direction. He will appraise former circumstances and will foresee the better possibilities." [New Era Community, 140]


3. "Not the happy fool of popular tales, but the warrior, vigilant, with foresight — such is the image for the present time." [Agni Yoga, 132]


4. “Catch the smallest devil by the tail and he’ll show you where the biggest one hides.” This ancient Chinese proverb points out the importance of small details in revealing the most essential. In fact, caution in details will be the most effective key to attaining great achievements. People mistakenly assume that details are unimportant on the path of ascent. Even the most beautiful, heroic actions rested on details that were foreseen in good time." [Heart, 223]


5. "When We turn attention to details, it means that these are what can improve the situation. Quality of work depends upon correlations seen in advance. An approach that only paints with broad brushstrokes is reminiscent of the work of the giants, who had to leave the picture long ago on account of their crudeness. But the spirit knows neither giants nor dwarfs; it knows striving for a state of perfection in which all the bells of the Cosmos ring out. So let us recall the conditions for perfectment." [Heart, 224]


6. "Tactica Adversa. Great Minds, before starting to carry out any Plan, foresee and consider all the worst conditions and circumstances that they will have to face. Of course, with such tactics, where every evil will be taken into account, there can be no failures, the Plan is carried out under all circumstances. And the evil ones... thinking that they are building a dungeon, they are building a Temple." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 4. 060]


7. "The observed chaos of thinking around the world requires extreme foresight and caution." [Letters of Helena Roerich in 9 Volumes - 8. 016]



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