The Supreme

Some articles on the supreme, supreme:

Kashmir Shaivism - Concepts - Anuttara, The Supreme
... Among the multiple interpretations of anuttara are "supreme", "above all" and "unsurpassed reality" ... Śiva, Śakti (as Śakti is identical to Śiva), the supreme consciousness (cit), uncreated light (prakāśa), supreme subject (aham) and atemporal vibration (spanda) ...
I, The Supreme - Reception
... Gerald Martin observes that "the publication of I the Supreme in 1974 was an exceptional cultural phenomenon." He goes on to note that Roa Bastos's novel "was more immediately and ... Yet his masterpiece, I the Supreme, which first came out in Spanish in 1974 and finally reaches the English-reading public now, in a masterly translation by Helen Lane, is the ...
Iranian Legislative Election, 2004
... Constitution (1979) Constitution (1906) Leadership Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei Assembly of Experts Speaker Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani Executive President (List) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Vice President ...
New Hampshire Supreme Court
... The New Hampshire Supreme Court is the supreme court of the U ... The Supreme Court is seated in the state capital, Concord ... The Supreme Court is the administrative authority over the state's judicial system ...
Iyengar - Philosophy
... See also Vishishtadvaita and Sri Vaishnavism Many Iyengars accept Narayana / Vishnu as the Supreme Being (Paramatma), and subscribe to a monotheistic philosophy of a ... (sentient souls, chit) whose existence is dependent upon the will of the Supreme Being ...

Famous quotes containing the word supreme:

    What makes us heroic?—Confronting simultaneously our supreme suffering and our supreme hope.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Mankind’s common instinct for reality ... has always held the world to be essentially a theatre for heroism. In heroism, we feel, life’s supreme mystery is hidden. We tolerate no one who has no capacity whatever for it in any direction. On the other hand, no matter what a man’s frailties otherwise may be, if he be willing to risk death, and still more if he suffer it heroically, in the service he has chosen, the fact consecrates him forever.
    William James (1842–1910)