“HU cares” — a sound cycle pūjā
Truth, goodness, love, and beauty
Truth, goodness, love, and beauty are commonly regarded as poetic ideas, but they are, in essence, spiritual facts. These are the ideas which one should include in his speech and thoughts. They are the language of soul and bring about an awakening of that pervading, persuasive urge in man to realize himself in his totality, as a being essentially spiritual and eternal. Truth as given by spirit is neither esoteric, strange, nor fanciful. It is at once sublime, universal, and profoundly practical.
Truth cannot be taken as one’s own discovery, but it has to be continually rediscovered. It has to be reformed and transformed if its meaning, its living value, and spiritual nourishment are to be preserved. This is known as the law of spiritual growth, which results in the necessity to experience the same truth in ever-new forms, and to cultivate and propagate not so much the results, but the methods through which soul obtains knowledge, experience, and reality.
— Free after: The Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad, Books One & Two, Paul Twitchell, pp. 425 and 433