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Sane Living is the term Erich From (2013), uses to describe the wisdom of living an aligned life.

Syncretic Terms

Alignment > Divine Perfection, Ethical Perfection, Heavenly Marriage, Rectitude, Sane Living

Notes

We do not need new ideals or new spiritual goals. The great teachers of the human race have postulated the norms for sane living. To be sure, they have spoken in different languages, have emphasized different aspects and have had different views on certain subjects. But, altogether, these differences were small; the fact that the great religions and ethical systems have so often fought against each other, and emphasized their mutual differences rather than their basic similarities, was due to the influence of those who built churches, hierarchies, political organizations upon the simple foundations of truth laid down by the men of the spirit.[1]

Further Reading

Footnotes

  1. Fromm, Erich. The Sane Society (pp. 343-344). Open Road Media. Kindle Edition.
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