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PHILOSOPHY: SAMUEL HAHNEMANN
Chapter XX
My father had the soundest ideas of what can be called good
and worthy of mankind. These ideas he implanted in me,
“Act and be yourself without simulation’ was his most
noteworthy precept, impressed upon me more by his
example than by his words. Whenever there was anything
beneficent to be done, he was there with hearts and
soul-often unnoticed. Ought I not to follow his example?
In his actions he drew the finest distinction between
baseness and nobility of purpose, with an accuracy
which did honour to his tender practical feeling. In this
way, also, he was my teacher. He seemed to have ideas
of the first principles of creation, of the dignity of humanity
and of its ennobling destiny, that were not in the least
inconsistent with his manner of acting. This gave me
guidance from the heart”.
Samuel Hahnemann….

Beatriz H Hill, Medicina Homeopática Behhill

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