"We call upon Knowledge within you to respond. Therefore, we honor you and your intelligence. You are not asked to believe something that you cannot believe or to accept something that you cannot accept." 
"You must learn to honor yourself, to honor the source of your instruction, to recognize your limitations and to value your greatness."
"Honor your Teachers so that you may experience the depth of your own relationship with them. In your relationship with your Teachers is the spark of memory that reminds you of your Ancient Home and of your true destiny. Honor your Teachers so that you may be honored, for it is your honor that you must reclaim. In spite of whatever errors you have committed, it is your honor that you must reclaim. If this is done truly, it will be done in humility and simplicity, for as you honor yourself, you honor the greatness of life, of which you are a small but integral part." 
"You will do simple work. You will do humble work. You will do the work that needs to be done, not the work that necessarily glorifies you. What will be honored is Knowledge within you, which will honor you." 
"How can it be that something so powerful can work through something so small and validate what is small, honor what is small and redeem what is small? This represents the great genius of Knowledge in the universe. This is God. God is great; you are small. The light works through you; it does not blind you. The presence abides with you; it does not overwhelm you. Wisdom can speak through you; it does not obliterate you. You are the emphasis; God is the source." 
- Greater Community Spirituality, Chapter 20: What is religious education and who is it for?
- Steps to Knowledge, Step 7: Review
- Steps to Knowledge, Step 146: I will honor my Teachers today.
- Greater Community Spirituality, Chapter 16: Who are the Unseen Ones?
- Greater Community Spirituality, Chapter 17: How does revelation occur in human life?