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Have you yet discovered the vast importance of beginnings? When I see a man doing evil I know that he is evil; and I cannot even think of X- but I burn with righteous indignation. It is the beginning of love, of that divine love that does not seek its own; and he who practises it, who perfects himself in it, comes at last to realise that blessed state wherein the torments of pride and vanity and hatred and retaliation are forever dispelled, and good-will and peace are unchanging and unlimited.

To sympathise with others we must first understand them, and to understand them we must put away all personal preconceptions concerning them, and must see them as they are. After much practice in forgiveness and having cultivated the spirit of forgiveness up to a certain point, knowledge of the actual nature of good and evil dawns upon the mind, and a man begins to understand how thoughts and motives are formed in the human heart, how they develop, and how take birth in the form of actions.

While he pities himself and confounds suffering with holiness he will remain in suffering: We hear and read much about burden-bearing, but of the better way of burdendropping very little is heard or known.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. We must enter into their inner state and become one with them, looking through their mental eyes and comprehending the range of their experience.

This king has greatly wronged me. The saint was once a sinner; the sinner will one day be a saint. His mind is cramped and embittered, and he is shut out from all sweet sympathy and spiritual communion. All things are mirrors in which you see yourself reflected, and the gloom which you perceive in your work is but a reflection of that mental state which you bring to it. At first, and for a time, the weight is not felt; but it is being added to day after day, and the time comes when the accumulated burden is felt in all its galling weight, when the bitter fruits of selfishness are gathered, and the heart is troubled with the weariness of life.


The protecting of creatures weaker and more indefensible than oneself is another form in which this divine sympathy is manifested.

It goes around them, not through them. To see others as they are you must not allow impulsive likes and dislikes, powerful prejudices, or egotistic considerations to come between you and them.

He who masters the small becomes the rightful possessor of the great.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. If any detail of the universe were imperfect the Whole would blessecness imperfect. When we pity and protect we reveal and enlarge the divine life and joy within ourselves. If you have no object in doing so, never mind; get up, and go out for a gentle walk among the beauties of nature, and you will experience a buoyancy, a freshness, and a delight, not to say a peace of mind, which will amply reward you for your effort.

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That which is difficult to a child presents no difficulty to the matured mind of the man; and that which to the mind of an unintelligent man is surrounded with perplexity would afford no ground for perplexity to an intelligent man. Where you have bound you can unbind. Immeasurable, therefore, is the gain of a difficulty transcended.

The great man has become such by the scrupulous and unselfish attention which he has given to small duties. The Book of Prosperity: Do they not, rather, make you and those about you wretched?

He will also be free from all fear concerning the actions of others towards him, for he who hurts none fears none. Should he neglect the beginning – namely, the obtaining of a mathematical plan – his labour would be wasted, and his building, should it reach completion without tumbling to pieces, would be insecure and worthless.

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He who, when he sees another suffering for his sin, hardens his heart and thinks or says: Canned Fruit Household Methods of Preparation. So hail thy lot with lot with joy. How is it practised?


byyways This man, of course,did not really know that his habit was bad. Because another is unkind to you is no justification of your own unkindness, but is rather a call for the exercise of great kindness on your part.

By the sacrifice of his indulgences man rises above confusion and doubt, and arrives at the possession of insight and surety. James Allen was a British philosophical writer known for his inspirational books and poetry and as a pioneer of self-help movement.

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How to Become an Instant Author in 30 Seconds. Please try again later. You’ll jzmes happy you did. It bpessedness the same with the liar, the slanderer, and the thief; he lives in this dark condition of mind and action because he is limited to it by his immature knowledge and experience, because never having lived in the higher conditions, he has no knowledge of them, and it is, to him, as if they were non-existent: The man who most patiently studies how to put into his mind the seeds of strong, wholesome, and charitable thoughts, will obtain the best results in life, and will gain greater knowledge of truth.

By his works, his fruits. His words fall upon deaf ears, for they are void of practice, wisdom, and experience, and who will go after an echo? Self-assertion or opinionativeness is a form of egotism or selfishness most generally found in connection with intellectualism and dialectical skill. One cannot truly sympathise with others until all selfish considerations concerning them are put blfssedness, and he who does this and strives to see blessedness as they are, strives to realise their particular sins, temptations, and sorrows, their beliefs, opinions, and prejudices, comes at last to see exactly where they stand in their spiritual evolution, comprehends the arc of their experience, and knows that they cannot for the present act otherwise than they do.

August 27, Imprint: Adrienne rated it really liked it Apr 26, Do they bestow rest, peace, happiness, or bring these to those about you? There is no difference of nature but yb difference of condition.

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