In the beginning of his human life man was embryonic in the world of the matrix. There he received capacity and endowment... - Abdu'l-Bahá Quotes
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Quote:In the beginning of his human life man was embryonic in the world of the matrix. There he received capacity and endowment for the reality of human existence. The forces and powers necessary for this world were bestowed upon him in that limited condition. In this world he needed eyes; he received them potentially in the other. He needed ears; he obtained them there in readiness and preparation for his new existence. The powers requisite in this world were conferred upon him in the world of the matrix. - Abdu'l-Bahá Quotes
  


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