Path to recovery

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"Men lose easily, but how to regain again?
The path to recovery permits every one to have hope.
Why not, if a soldier of Napoleon discovered the Rosetta Stone in a trench, key to the understanding of the complete heiroglyphs of Egypt?

Now, verily when the last hour strikes,
men—still too few—begin hurriedly to recall the treasures which were theirs long since,
and again the keys begin to clink on the girdle of faith.

And dreams clearly and vividly recall the abandoned but ever-existing beauty.

Only accept!
Only receive!

You shall discern
how transformed shall be your inner life;
how the spirit shall quiver in its realization of unbounded possibilities.
And how simply beauty will envelop the temple, the palace and the hearth, where a human heart is throbbing."


  • Roerich Nicholas. 'Star of the Mother of the World.' In Shambhala. © Copyright 1930.
Nicholas Roerich Museum. n.p. n.d. Web. Accessed October 12, 2012. <>.