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Light on the Ancient Worlds: A Brief Survey of the Book by Frithjof Schuon
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"…our body is like a rose tree
It puts forth flowers and then withers"
    
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Nahuatl: Aztec Song

We only came to sleep
We only came to dream
It is not true
No it is not true
That we came to live on the earth
We are changed into the grass of springtime
Our hearts will grow green again
And they will open their petals
But our body is like a rose tree
It puts forth flowers and then withers
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