Perfection is the revival of skill and pleasure, the grafting of movement and the casting of lots. But at first, the study and meaning of perfection is obscure to those that wish to be pleasured but not skilled. However, the learning and practice of perfection ultimately breeds a mental and spiritual revival that is elevated and distinguished with propitiatory delight and revitalizing skill in all walks of life.
It is thus that the St. Isaac of Nineveh states (640-700):
“There is none that perceives but is not humble, and whoever is not humble does not perceive. There is none that is humble but is not peaceful, and whoever is not peaceful is also not humble. There is none that is peaceful and does not rejoice. Thus in all walks of life that man journeys on in this world, one will not find peace until he approaches the hope of God.”
Malfono Yusuf Beğtaş
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